The Intuiface Headless CMS is a cloud-hosted repository enabling content managers to define, store, and manage the media and information consumed by Intuiface deployments anywhere in the world. By "headless" we mean the data structure is independent of any particular user interface. In fact, the same content "base" can be applied to multiple, visually distinct deployments, enabling Content Managers to just focus on their data.
Airtable is a cloud-based software company that blends a traditional spreadsheet with a database. Their mission is to democratize software creation by enabling anyone to build the tools that meet their needs.
WordPress is open source software you can use to create a beautiful website, blog, or app. It can be extended with over 55,000 plugins and can be considered a content management system for any digital resource.
Directus is an open-source tool that wraps custom SQL databases with a dynamic API, and provides an intuitive admin app for managing its content. It is considered a headless content management system, meaning it is comprised of back-end only content repository that makes content accessible via a RESTful API for display on any device and through any service.
Thanks to Intuiface API Explorer, virtually any REST-based Web API can be incorporated in an Intuiface experience, meaning the experience will be able to dynamically read from and write to the data source, business logic, or device accessible via that Web Service.
For anyone, of any skill set, API Explorer opens the door to tens of thousands of public and private APIs available in the cloud. There is everything from movie listings and weather forecasts to currency conversion, the latest photos from NASA, and all those connected objects among the Internet of Things. The majority are free to use - for example, check out the Programmable Web directory - while others may require an access fee. Some may be private and internal to your organization. Regardless, all are accessible in Intuiface.