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It's been six months since I asked this question and the result is that we did kind of compromise between the custom CMS and our web application. We introduced a few new fields in the CMS that would enable us to query the database in more reliable and flexible manner. After that we introduced a few new queries that help us getting the data dynamically. This ...


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For the edit/admin interface, a SPA is fine. For viewing the content, though I wouldn't recommend a SPA. Generally, you want to generate static pages from the content a user enters. This is faster/cheaper at runtime (serving static HTML is far easier than reading content from a DB and then rendering a page), and better for SEO. It's the approach used by ...


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Yes, this better for long run. Isolating core app and providing access through api is good practice currently that way no matter what type of client it is , it can make use of the same environment that web app is using, also there is no need to rewrite api for any specific client Make sure u have proper access control for resource accessing in API



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