Headless Drupal resources

'Headless Drupal' is a phrase that has been circulating around in the Drupal community for quite sometime. Basically it refers to using Drupal in a 'decoupled' sense, whereby Drupal is used in conjuction with other technologies in order to deliver an application. A common example is where Drupal is used to manage the content, but from a front-end user perspective this content isn't delivered via a Drupal theme, but is served via something like Backbone.js, Angular.js or Knockout.js.

Something to mention is that this is going to become significantly easier to achieve with the release of Drupal 8 due to the intergrated REST module.

Below is a list of resources that refer specifically to using a 'Headless Drupal' approach

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Justin Chevallier

Justin Chevallier

Avid Drupal site builder & user for +10 years.

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