CMS deployment patterns are incredibly important as they define how your content is delivered from your #CMS to your customer. Choosing the right content delivery model can be the difference between a mediocre or gripping user experience. This video explores the original deployment patterns of traditional CMS as well as touching on the #HeadlessCMS deployment models using #MACHArchitecture.
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The series will start with how CMS technology has progressed and changed to meet the demands of users, customers and an ever-changing technology landscape. Later I’ll walk through how CMS technology has adapted to meet the challenges of a digital multi-channel / multi-device world.
See the CMS Origin story -Evolution of CMS – Monolith to MACH (The beginning of CMS) here
See the CMS architecture overview – Evolution of CMS – Monolith to MACH (CMS architecture) here
This episode will start by diving into how content is delivered by a traditional cms in two different deployment patterns, Baking and Frying. It will also compare traditional CMS with Headless CMS deployment patterns. I will briefly look at Client Side Rendering (CSR) used in Single Page Application (SPA) implementations, Server Side Generation…
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