Use Magnolia in a pure headless mode, and manage content independently from where it's used. Reach customers on:
Access your content via our comprehensive REST APIs or other approach, without using the templating system at all. Develop in cutting-edge technologies like Angular, React or Vue, and grab your content from the CMS.
Compared to pure headless CMS vendors, you get more power and robust enterprise CMS features with Magnolia.
Magnolia’s personalization features let you deliver personalized content in an effective and scalable way, even in headless scenarios.
Instantly preview content in different device resolutions, and even how it looks to different personalization segments.
Manage the publication process with four-eye workflow out-of-the-box and customize workflows as your enterprise requires.
Use Magnolia's flexible role- and group-based security policies to configure content and actions for specific users.
When your project requires full CMS functionality and deep REST API access, then you're looking at a hybrid headless scenario.
Magnolia's open source heritage makes it super-flexible for different architectural scenarios. Hybrid headless mode lets you maintain a single source for both your structured and semi-structured content. Marketers have access to powerful authoring tools while content remains available across devices.
Magnolia's Stories app enables content authors and marketers to quickly create and publish content to any channel or device.
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Get a tour of our Stories app to see how you create value with hybrid headless.
Marketers use the page editor to curate a section of a page with content and specific templates, while developers pull just the pure content of that fragment, as JSON, and render it in their app. The benefit is that marketers can easily manage not just their website, but also experiences that are used in other apps.
Marketers can create content fragments for use in mobile apps and other systems, using familiar tools. Since the content fragments are sent rendered in formats like HTML (instead of just as pure data), marketers can preview content just as the visitor will see it.
With this technique, developers design the front-end apps with a modern component-based architecture and technologies like Angular, React or Vue, while marketers use the page editor to manage the content of, and actually build apps (aka SPA).
Super-quick publishing, full editorial freedom to create rich reading experiences, re-using content across all of our channels - Magnolia’s Stories app helps us to do all this successfully.