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Headless is a term used to describe a computer program or system that runs without a graphical user interface (GUI). This type of system is usually controlled via command line or programming language such as JavaScript. Headless systems are often used for automation, testing, and other back-end tasks where the GUI is not needed. They can also be used to create web applications that run on a server and are accessed through a web browser.
Samuel Snopko
Samuel Snopko
Storyblok
Talk: By the Power of Headless!
Matt Landers
Matt Landers
WP Engine
Talk: API-first Development with Headless WordPress
Colby Fayock
Colby Fayock
Applitools
Talk: Exploring the WordPress Graph with Next.js & WPGraphQL, Scaling WordPress with Next.js
Fabrizio Picca
Fabrizio Picca
Commerce layer
Talk: Headless vs Traditional eCommerce Platforms: Introducing Commerce Layer
Shedrack Akintayo
Shedrack Akintayo
Software Developer, Developer Advocate, Technical Writer
Talk: Deploying a decoupled restaurant review site to production with Strapi and Platform.sh
Pablo Postigo
Pablo Postigo
Frontity
Talk: Building React frontends for WordPress
Facundo Giuliani
Facundo Giuliani
Storyblok
Talk: How to View and React without a Head
Nidhi Kumari
Nidhi Kumari
ShopTrade
Talk: Contentful and headless
Chad Carlson
Chad Carlson
Platform.sh
Talk: Deploying a decoupled restaurant review site to production with Strapi and Platform.sh
Omry Nachman
Omry Nachman
Codux
Talk: Off with Their Heads: Rise of the Headless Components
Alexandra Spalato
Alexandra Spalato
Storyblok
Talk: Lightning Fast E-Commerce: Remix your Shop with Shopify Hydrogen