Traditional monolithic CMSs like WordPress, Drupal, and Joomla enable quick setup and easy content editing, but rely on antiquated and heavy development practices (often relying on plugins and third-party services to customize the site and add new components). Headless CMSs have popped up to modernize the view layer with modern development practices and frameworks, but have a poor content editing experience due to their full separation from the site's presentation.
Primo is a modern approach to the monolithic CMS that builds on the traditional monolith's benefits of a quick setup and easy content editing alongside the flexibility of modern development. These combine into a web publishing tool that is significantly easier to use for both technical and non-technical users and enables both to build faster, more secure, more unique websites.
Using it headless alongside SvelteKit, NextJS, etc.
Design fields to give content editors predefined style options.
Cloud functions for writing backend code from Primo.