A: A headless CMS makes it easy for developers to accomplish their omnichannel content delivery goals. They can grab that content and deliver it anywhere. A headless CMS allows you to take content out of a CMS and deliver it to any front end using any tool that you want, and how you do that depends on which CMS that you have.
If you have a pure headless CMS, you will only have a content repository and nothing else. You can use APIs, you can pull that content out, but it doesn't have any offering capabilities. If you do want offering capabilities, you're going to have to build that UI or user interface from scratch. There are other CMSs you can purchase that have headless content management capabilities and offer more robust functionality.
With such an architecture, experience management requires API’s over which the front-end application communicates with the content repository. Every headless architecture needs an API in-between the front-end application and the back-end content repository. The API is the gateway for a headless CMS implementation to fetch content from a backend repository.
A headless CMS approach can help to quickly deliver content to a variety of devices and channels, including web apps, mobile devices, and IoT devices.