BloomReach Experience offers a unique way of integrating Single-Page Applications (SPAs) such as Angular and React with the CMS. In this approach the SPA is still powering the delivery, offering great flexibility to IT. While at the same time CMS users can use all of the powerful features that come with a modern CMS: preview, in-context editing, drag-and-drop page composition, personalization, and more.
Are you currently using an SPA with a headless CMS, and are interested in learning more about improving the authoring experience? Or are there plans to move towards such an architecture? Read on to discover the new possibilities of BloomReach's SPA integration.
Read all about the challenges with headless and why you don't have to lose out on prime CMS features such as CMS preview, drag & drop and in-context editing. Give your content creators what they deserve.
Get an understanding of the high-level architecture of BloomReach's novel Experience-as-a-Service (EaaS) approach. A solid solution to moving away from a monolithic approach to a microservices architecture.
Get coding with a hands-on tutorial about how a React-based SPA can be integrated with BloomReach Experience. Learn how to integrate the API-based CMS into your React app and to pull in additional data from external sources.
A better authoring experience for Headless CMS’s
Headless or content-as-a-service has become a popular CMS architecture in recent years. Thanks in part to the rise of Single Page Application (SPA) frameworks such as Angular and React.
A new approach to integrating SPAs with WCM: Fixing what’s wrong with Headless integrations
There are multiple ways of integrating with SPAs. Headless is the most straightforward, but it provides the least business value to CMS users. This article focuses on integrating SPAs using experience-as-a-service (EaaS) which allows the site to be built in a full WYSIWYG approach from the CMS, while the rendering and delivery is done by the SPA.
Tutorial: Integrate your SPA with BloomReach Experience
In this in-depth article, Solution Consultant, Robbert Kauffman, will explain how to integrate BloomReach Experience with a React application. However, other frontend-frameworks such as Angular, Vue.js, etc., can also be used.