All Articles tagged as "JAMstack"
Why should .NET developers be interested in Jamstack?
If you’re a .NET or C# developer, the Jamstack approach to building websites might have fallen off your radar over the years. With the development of the Jamstack ecosystem, now might be the right time for you to build on a Jamstack architecture and utilize all your well-deserved .NET skills.Read
How to build production and preview static sites with Netlify
Netlify lets you run automated builds of your website with each Git commit using CI/CD pipeline designed for web developers. Netlify can generate and publish production and preview sites with every push.Read
Read the docs fail
I spent a good amount of time learning Nuxt.js which caught my attention recently. I walked through the documentation and tutorials and came across some concepts in the framework configuration that seemed unclear and contradictory to me.Read
Demystify Nuxtʼs target, mode, and ssr properties
The new version of Nuxt.js brings a 'static' target property. But Nuxt has already generated static Jamstack sites, so why would we want to specify it explicitly?Read
Sourcebit: How to make friends with various data sources in the Jamstack?
When we work with multiple CMSs, APIs, and their data contracts, it always gets difficult. What if there was a way to unify some of the Jamstack components like data sources and front-end frameworks?Read
Unlock the Power of E-commerce in a Headless World
Implementing a new e-commerce project or upgrading the existing one is undoubtedly a challenging process when crucial decisions about the e-commerce platform and content management system (CMS) must be made. Not only will these verdicts influence the future of the project, but they also might determine the success or failure of the whole business. Let’s show you some integrations, running examples, and source-code combining e-commerce platforms with CMSs but first things first…Read