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Strapi - Node.js Content Management Framework (headless-CMS) to build powerful API with no effort.


The most advanced open-source Content Management Framework to build powerful API with no effort. It is elegant, entirely customizable and fully extensible admin panel, Built on top of Node.js and supports any front-end frameworks (React, Vue, Angular, etc.), mobile apps or even IoT. Halfway between a CMS and a framework, Strapi takes advantages of both worlds. A powerful dashboard to easily manage your content with a flexible framework layer to develop and integrate specific features.

headlesscms.org


headlesscms.org, a leaderboard of top open-source static site content management systems.Missing a static site generator here? Just fork the repo and add your generator as a <name>.md in the content/projects folder.

mesh - Gentics Mesh - The open source headless CMS for developers


Gentics Mesh is an Open Source API-first CMS for developers. All contents can be stored/updated and retrieved using the REST API. You need to have at least JRE 8 of Java installed. See the Getting Started page for more information.

mesh-vertx-example


This example shows how to use Gentics Mesh in combination with Vert.x. The Gentics Mesh GraphQL API is being used to located the requested content. This content is used by vertx.x to render various Handlebars templates.




contenta_jsonapi - Contenta CMS, the decoupled Drupal


Contenta is a content API and CMS based on Drupal 8. It provides a standard, jsonapi-based platform for building decoupled applications and websites. Check the full installation instructions below for the commands to restart the web server and regenerate the login link. You will need to install Drush.

headless-cms-comparison - Source repository for the headless cms comparison sheet


For a general overview of Headless CMS systems please visit https://headlesscms.org/. If you want to contribute the list please copy the TEMPLATE.json and open a pull request.

jamstack-cms - A JAMstack experiment with a Headless CMS


This is an experiment where I'm trying to build a JAMstack site. Modern web development architecture based on client-side JavaScript, reusable APIs, and prebuilt Markup.