Storyblok is also a web service, so you only need to register an account to create a project. It is more difficult to use than Contentful, but has more room for customization. In addition to the main entities, here it's possible to make auxiliary ones to use as components of the main entities. Storyblok allows grouping entities and content independently.
Also, this CMS has a unique feature. It can include your code on the frontend to see a preview of the content being created, which is important for content managers.
Of course, Storyblok has some flaws. It's not beginner-friendly, so a bit of learning is required to understand its interface. Then, it is only available in the paid version. Storyblok also has restrictions for entities, content, and files, but they are much wider than in Contentful.
Finally, Storyblok is a good CMS if you have fairly complex data structures in your project and want to fine-tune them.
The first native GraphQL Headless CMS with an emphasis on Content Federation is Hygraph (previously GraphCMS). as an API-first approach, independent of the frontend and backend.
Hygraph allows teams developing high-performance websites on the Jamstack to start their projects. A straightforward integration must be enabled in order to update and launch those websites, and this can be done through the Hygraph UI.
|Scheduling & Releases
|Custom User Roles
via api (query)
|Content Management API
|Custom Field Types
|Free Plan Available
|Security & Compliance Offerings
offered on enterprise tiers
|Built-in Backups & Restore
A headless CMS is a content repository that may transmit content via APIs to any front-end or device. All of your content and components are stored in the headless CMS.
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