CMS – Content Management System

What is a CMS?

CMS or the abbreviation Content Manager System describes a software for the management of digital content without programming knowledge to store the structure and content of websites, digital applications or online stores, also called Backend.
There are different content management systems for different areas. So one uses for regular. Websites e.g. WordPress, Typo3, Joomla, Dupal, Strapi CMS and many more. In the corporate sector, Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) or Contentful are used, but also Typo3. And for online stores Wordpress WooCommerce, Magento, Shopify or OpenCart.