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Headless CMS explained in 2 minutes (k2)

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Watch Simen Svale, CTO and Founder at Sanity, providing a precise explanation of a Headless CMS, using a gnarly metaphor. What is a Headless CMS? A headless CMS is a content management system that provides a way to author content, but instead of web page rendering, it provides the content as data over an API. A headless CMS works by giving editors an interface for managing content while providing APIs for developers to build applications on top off. Most headless CMSes are offered as a Software as a Service, meaning that your editors will have to log into a web application and that the APIs are hosted in a cloud-based backend. Some headless CMSes will let you host the whole solution on your own server and database (requiring you to do your own scaling and operations). With Sanity you can host the customizable editor interface yourself while getting the advantages of the hosted real-time backend – no-ops and effortless scaling. To learn more about how Headless CMS work, see or go to to build your own Headless CMS in minutes using a template.

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I recently received a few questions regarding whether to use a Headless WordPress setup vs a Standard one. In this video, I lay down a couple of pros and cons of each in the hopes of shedding some light on why you might use one vs the other.

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Tuesday, 16 January 2024 13:24

Top 5 Website Builders (k2)


Making a website is not hard, but choosing the correct tools is absolutely essential to having a successful website. These are our picks by category: WIX:










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Are you researching what CMS platform to use for making your website? We'll walk you through the top 9 platforms out there so you can pick the one that works best for you.

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When it comes choosing a CMS(Content Management System) for your site, there are quite a few options to pick from. Three of the biggest are WordPress, Joomla, and Drupal. In this video Scott is going to show you what is best about the three options, so that you know which will work the absolute best for your next great idea. And in true Scott fashion, he adds his own personal twist to the comparison.

WordPress: WordPress is definitely the #1 big name in the web building industry when you are talking about Content Management Systems. With a wide variety of prebuilt customization options, and an intuitive user interface, WordPress is definitely the most beginner friendly option when it comes to building your site. You have an idea? WordPress can get you there.

Joomla: With a more advanced setup, Joomla is the #2 largest CMS on the market. Joomla increases the has many of the same tools WordPress has, but with a larger emphasis on customization. It can double as a PHP framework in a pinch as well.

Looking for a bit more are Drupal: Drupal is definitely the most advanced choice of the three. If you are looking for a CMS that is ready to handle your big idea, then Drupal is the one for you. It accounts for at least 13% of the 10,000 biggest websites in the world.

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By comparing WordPress vs Joomla you can choose the best CMS platform for your website. If you want to start blogging, check this video:

In some ways, Joomla is more flexible than WordPress. It offers an incredibly customizable system that can take almost any shape you want, and it enables you to implement a lot of small customizations without relying on extensions. However, between WordPress vs Joomla, there can only be one winner, and the crown must go to WordPress. It beats out Joomla when it comes to SEO, customization possibilities, and content management – so the choice is clear. Furthermore, WordPress is just plain simpler to pick up for new users, and its popularity gives it the added edge of providing users with a better support structure – it’s the cherry on top of the WordPress sundae. Either way, both platforms are at the top of their game, so there’s really not a bad choice here.


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Should I build a custom content management system (CMS) or should I buy one and make it work? What should I think about when considering building a CMS? These are the questions we will answer in today's episode of Dev Questions.


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Learn why professionals all over the world choose Joomla to create their websites.

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Tuesday, 16 January 2024 13:24

What is Drupal? | An Evolving Web Guide (k2)

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If you design, develop, or manage websites or create digital content, you've probably asked yourself at some point: what is Drupal? Simply put, Drupal is a content management system, or CMS, that lets you combine combine high-quality content with a full range of features and marketing tools.

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