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Best Headless CMS in 2022

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  1. Strapi is the most advanced Node.

    Recommendations for best CMS? 🙏 about 8 days ago

    You can easily keep blog posts in markdown which are VERY easy to render in React, but when it comes to CMS I can recommend which is open source and free if you host it on your own serwer There is also which has free tier :).
  2. API-based content management system for multi-device online publishing

    freemium $14.0 / Monthly (2 Users, Basic Plan)

    Best CMS for frontend dev about 7 months ago:

    Amazed that nobody has mentioned StoryBlok yet.
  3. Connect DatoCMS to your favorite site generator, build the perfect backend and deploy anywhere you like.

    incentivizing plastics picker ecomony about about 1 year ago

    Website publishing via management via and vercel/netlify/github.
  4. a platform for structured content that comes with an open-source editor that you can customize with React.js.


    Is Shopify a good alternative to Amazon for indie publishers... about 5 days ago

    Fair I would tell your author to opt for a "custom" store with might cost them just depending on how many pages they want... So DM me if you want. I'm not trying to sell my services here.
  5. Free and Open-Source Headless CMS

    Choosing a good hosting provider for freelance clients about about 19 hours ago:

    My sites are "built" offline and deployed 100% static. Astro is my current favorite for this. Nuxt3 is another that I like to use. When I need a CMS, I like Directus - I have my own self-hosted instance on DigitalOcean.
  6. is a web software you can use to manage content in any kind of website or app. API-driven.

    A good cms for next.js and vercel? about 3 days ago

    Check out It’s cloud hosted vs self hosted which is great for some use cases.
  7. An open-source CMS for your Git workflow

    Creating a website that the client can edit. about 3 months ago:

    Looks like there was a pull request merged about 8 months ago, otherwise it's been like two years. I found a post about it on netlify at one point too, where netlify basically just washed their hands of it. Shame. I REALLY loved it's simplicity and git based approach but I can't have clients using a CMS that works that way with no hope of fixes. I'm still trying to find...
  8. You don't need another CMS. You need a better way to manage content — unified, structured, and ready to deploy to any digital channel.

    How to Style Markdown in Next.JS Using React-Markdown and SASS about 5 months ago

    If you have a blog or website with articles or long text documents, markdown is your friend. It makes authoring documents so much easier and more intuitive than straight HTML. Markdown has a far smaller learning curve than HTML and can easily be taught to non-tech-savvy writers. Markdown editors are also built-in to headless CMSs like Contentful.
  9. Agility CMS is a cloud-based content management system for building and managing responsive websites and apps.

    CMS as an app backend about over 1 year ago:

    The second CAN handle larger sites but tends to be built for developers. If you have any new, or non-techy people who need to publish web pages, write blogs, or produce any marketing materials, it gets really difficult.
  10. API-first CMS + blog platform built for developers & marketers.

    freemium $50.0 / Monthly

    Good blog, marketing and product headless CMS for rails? about 8 days ago

    We use Butter CMS (, and it’s an absolute delight. Blog authors and editors interact with Butter, and we integrate the content straight into our controller and views with a very tiny caching layer applied to their client library. Have done a few other approaches in the past, including roll-our-own and running Wordpress inside the same Apache container as the rails app. The Butter approach is...