Episerver Headless CMS API

The Episerver Headless API allows you to use Episerver's Enterprise CMS and Commerce platform as coupled, decoupled, and headless architecture so you can easily control and edit all your content for all your applications from one Episerver instance.

Get the best of Headless CMS and Traditional CMS

Our hybrid approach gives our customers and developers the best of both headless and traditional CMS. This means you can take advantage of all the benefits of a our Enterprise platform such as personalization, scheduling, projects and more. You can also build and deliver the experience using Javascript libraries like Angular and React.

Content as a Service

The Headless API from Episerver enables you to pull  content directly from the CMS, bybassing the presentation stack when necessary.

Our REST API uses our search platform Episerver Find in order to provide an easy way for developers to slice and dice the content and not just get items by ID but do much more. With the user interface separated from the application logic, you're free to choose the tools, frameworks, and technologies necessary to provide the best possible customer experience in every channel.

The Essential Guide to Decoupled and Headless CMS with Episerver

Deane Barker, Chief Strategy Offier at Blend Interactive defines decoupled and headless CMS and explains some of the technical details and scenarios of how Episerver can work seamlessly as a headless CMS

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  • Provide content for a native app that is not based on html, integrate with a Point-of-Sale (POS) system, or manage content for legacy platforms within Episerver
  • Quickly launch a mobile app with the same logic as your website by decoupling the frontend
  • Make parts of your application usable by voice APIs like Cortana, Alexa, or Siri