Headless CMS architecture separates back-end content functions (like creation, management, and storage) from front-end functions (like presentation and delivery).
Headless architecture is partly a response to the way web content has evolved. For a long time, most web content was delivered through a browser, often as a web page. But new connected devices are arriving all the time. Today, audiences consume content through new interfaces with different form factors—things like smartphones, wearables, AI-enabled voice assistants, and even virtual reality headsets.
The ideal CMS architecture would combine the flexibility and extensibility of a headless CMS, with the personalization and content analytics capabilities offered by traditional coupled CMS.
Sitecore Headless Services (formerly the JSS Server Components)
The Sitecore Headless Services (formerly the JSS Server Components) provides the APIs needed for the Sitecore ASP.NET Rendering SDK.