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What is a good CMS to use with NextJs

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Got any recommendations for a blog CMS for nextjs?
So far found Strapi, Directus and a few others.

Looking for suggestions. Anything easy to maintain and allow easy frequent posting.
May 10 '24 #1
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Sanity.io: The core content platform is not open-source. However, their studio (the editing interface) is open source, allowing for customization.
Strapi: Strapi is fully open-source under the MIT license.
Contentful: Contentful is not open-source. It's a commercial product with a SaaS model.
Directus: Directus is open-source and released under the GPLv3 license.
Payload CMS: Payload CMS is open-source under the MIT license.
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