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  • What front-end frameworks does Core dna support?
    Core dna is framework agnostic, which means you can create any design using the front-end technology and frameworks that you know and love. Core dna never requires you to use specific templates or...
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  • What technology does Core dna use?
    Core dna is designed on open, component-based architecture to be a flexible environment that can be easily managed. The architecture supports a range of operations and has been tested on both Unix...
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  • Are SaaS applications customizable?
    Although SaaS applications such as Core dna DXP are ‘multi-tenanted’, users can easily customize applications to fit their business processes without affecting the common infrastructure....
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  • What is a headless CMS?
    Unlike a traditional CMS, which combines content management and front-end delivery, a headless CMS has no default front-end system to determine how the content is presented to the end user....
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  • What is a decoupled CMS?
    A decoupled CMS — a term that best describes Coredna — is a headless CMS, and then some. With a decoupled CMS, your content is managed separately and is front-end agnostic, just like a headless...
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  • Is Core dna a headless CMS or a Decoupled CMS?
    Core dna is a decoupled CMS, meaning we have headless content management build in, but we also give you the front-end tools you need to present your content to your end user.   
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