Besides those we’ve already alluded to, there’s a number of advantages to a headless store:
Separating the front and back-end means the teams working on each respective area can do so without impacting on the other Cameroon Phone Number List. The development team has the freedom to choose the latest coding frameworks to develop the front-end, rather than being bound to the coding standard provided by the platform you use.
With the day’s most advanced tools at their disposal, design and development teams working on headless are free to create a more varied experience for the customer.
With the freedom to use any technology on the front-end of your platform, you can easily adopt the latest development trends. This will subsequently have a positive impact on your developers, giving them an improved workflow.
4. Multilingual stores
As we’ve explained in more detail elsewhere, multilingual stores are a common reason for brands converting to headless. Shopify’s lingual limitations are an issue for businesses selling across international markets, and the two standard ‘solutions’ are both sub-par. Headless swerves the issue by taking translation out of Shopify’s hands and delegating it to a superior CMS. Read more about the whole issue here.