Flamelink.io Alternatives

    Flamelink.io is described as 'headless CMS for Firebase. Flamelink's easy-to-use interface makes it possible to effortlessly add, manage and update content in your Firebase projects' and is an website in the Business & Commerce category. There are more than 10 alternatives to Flamelink.io, not only websites but also apps for a variety of platforms, including SaaS, Linux, Self-Hosted solutions and Chrome OS. The best alternative is Contentful. It's not free, so if you're looking for a free alternative, you could try Sanity.io or GraphCMS. Other great sites and apps similar to Flamelink.io are Prismic (Freemium), PushTable (Free), Cloud CMS (Paid) and Comfortable (Freemium).

    This page was last updated Jul 9, 2020

    1. A web based SQL drop-in for less technical users.
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    2. Typewriter is a headless, API-focused content management system that works with any platform you want to use. Create pages and collections of documents and combine them to build a powerful content provider for your API-driven website or app.
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    3. Conteidon is making it easier for people without technical skills to build and manage content and at the same time providing developers a tech friendly environment for integrating content unto multiple channels via a robust API.
      • FreemiumProprietary
      • Online
      • Software as a Service (SaaS)
      More than a Headless CMS Create pages without any code change by re-using your components built in React.js You can construct a new page in minutes by mix and match existing UI Components. When you are ready, you can go live just by clicking a button.
    4. unite cms allows you to connect and manage all your digital project's data in one single backend. With its headless architecture and powerful GraphQL API, you can display your content on any device and every project.


    5. Squidex is an open source headless CMS and content management hub. In contrast to a traditional CMS Squidex provides a rich API with OData filter and Swagger definitions. It is up to you to build your UI on top of it. It can be website, a native app or just another server.
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