headless websites – intro

To coin a coined phrase, headless website.

Headless Website – Whats the big deal

I haven’t found a good way to describe this web architecture. There is the repository pattern that starts this idea off.

It looks like this:

Database (MySQL) –> Private (or Public) Api – (PHP) – “The Backend” –> Middleware Api / Restful Api –> Frontend – (AngularJS)

Best Practices REST API from Scratch – Introduction

This structure introduces the decoupling of code for better control, great accessibility and a robust api interface. Now the api is able to be used for accessing data for the web app and the iOS app. Now you can spin up more front end servers to handle the load with out having to as many backend servers (possibly dedicated) running allowing for better monitoring, stability and deployment.

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