Headless CMS comparison for 2019

Headless CMS

With the raise of popularity of single-page application (SPA), we can separate front-end and back-end completely. Front-end only rely on API to communicate back-end, so that we can always change the implementation of front-end (e.g. web application, mobile application, etc) without changing the back-end.

For simple applications that do not have a complicate logic (e.g. blog), we can use a headless content management system (CMS) as a back-end.
Most headless CMS provide basic features to create content and schema, this allows developer to focus on implementation on the Front-end.

To find a suitable headless CMS, I have tried many different solutions and I want to share my views on them.

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