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Increasingly, organizations are looking to deliver content across multiple channels -- webpages, mobile apps, smartwatches and social media, as well as new and emerging channels, such as virtual and augmented reality -- to create a unified user experience. As a result, headless content management systems (CMSes) have become an increasingly popular content creation model, and many vendors have popped up to fill the market demand. The decision to use a headless CMS, however, should not be made lightly. While headless CMS has some clear benefits over traditional or decoupled CMS, it isn't right for every organization.
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