Headless WordPress has been gaining popularity as a modern approach to building websites and web applications. With headless WordPress, the front-end and back-end are decoupled, allowing developers to use different front-end technologies while still leveraging WordPress as a content management system (CMS).
A popular technology news website that uses headless WordPress for content management and a custom front-end to deliver a seamless user experience.
The New York Times
The New York Times uses a headless WordPress setup to manage content and deliver it through their custom front-end systems.
Wired, a technology and culture magazine, uses headless WordPress to manage and publish content across various platforms and devices.
BBC America, a television network, utilizes headless WordPress for content management and provides a custom front-end for its viewers.
The Walt Disney Company
Disney’s corporate website uses headless WordPress to manage content and delivers it through a custom front-end.
Time Inc., the media company behind Time magazine, Fortune, and other publications, has adopted headless WordPress for content management and a personalized front-end experience.
Human Made is a digital agency that specializes in enterprise-level WordPress solutions. They have developed and showcased several headless WordPress projects for clients.
So as you can see almost every blog that made WordPress popular is now using WordPress as a HeadLess CMS. Just like our WPAppointify which is also built on VibeBP headLess framework. The main reason to shift to a headLess cms is Security, Scalability and better Collaboration tools that can be combined with the flexibility of WordPress.