This manual outlines the basic navigation and key functions performed under the editor role in GraphCMSs Content Management System (CMS), including reviewing, editing, and publishing content to the site.
A Headless CMS differs from a traditional CMS in a variety of ways. The term headless comes from the idea of removing the “Head” or front end from the “Body” of the back end. Headless CMS are essentially a content repository that make it accessible via API to any platform. Headless CMS are inherently more flexible than traditional CMS because since there is no assumption that a team is building a website, teams are able to build all sorts of products, from apps, to Alexa Skills, to LED Displays, or multiple of these at once.
Headless CMS empower content teams to quickly create, modify, and upload content to their chosen project without the need of the development teams. Dev teams set up the project structure, called the schema, and content teams are able to take over and add content without needing Devs to make any further changes. Headless CMS speed up development of new projects and open up a new realm of possibilities for creating new products or elements quickly.