So this is why it’s not a good idea for developers to write their own custom CMS — unless, that is; they want to become a CMS vendor too.
But that’s easy for me to say. I’m not the one faced with multiple frustrations and finding many reasons why a custom CMS would be the way to go.
So let’s take the main reasons in turn and see why they are obsolete.
When you talk to front-end developers, their #1 complaint about CMS is that it messes up their HTML code and makes them look for workarounds.
But that’s over: headless CMS gives you absolute freedom and it has a zero footprint in the resulting HTML code. All you need to do is call its REST API using your favorite programming language to retrieve the content from the repository.
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