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15+ Useful JAMstack resources
Jamstack has gained immense popularity among developers. This approach offers many benefits, ranging from much better performance to small business affordability, while also offering a range of better build tools. We have collected the most useful resources to help you, as a developer, navigate the world of a JAMstack development. Of course, the list is incomplete, but we will expand it!
Low Code, No Code, Pro Code - which approach to choose?
Surviving a fast-paced market, where new competitors emerge every day and we need to meet and exceed customer expectations, is not easy. Agility is the key to success.
Industry analysts highlighted the potential value of Low-Code for business agility. The demand for new software has skyrocketed. By 2023, more than 500 million digital apps and services will be developed and deployed - the same number that has been developed over the past 40 years.
Google Web Vitals and Jamstack
Web Vitals is a program launched by Google to create a common set of quality signals that can help measure the effectiveness of a user experience on the web. Google will soon start taking these metrics into account in its search rankings, and many developers and business owners will be wondering how to pass tests and get the highest rankings possible for their page or SPA.
How to couple Gatsby.js and WordPress
Developers love Jamstack and are increasingly using it in their work. But WordPress remains a very popular CMS: it has an excellent admin panel, which provides ample opportunities for content management. So why not take the very best from two different approaches, especially since there is such an opportunity now?
Why do you need to move to Headless CMS and JAMstack?
The JAMstack is not just a technology in the form of a specific set of tools. This is a new approach to creating static sites, with the choice of tools taken by the business owners and the developers. But when exactly it is the time to give up your old monolithic approach and follow the JAM trend? Well, let’s try to figure it out.
How the Jamstack approach can significantly speed up website development
A business suffers losses if it does not bring a product to market on time due to protracted development. There is a research that shows that a product that is six months late generates 33% less profit over five years; if it is released on time, but exceeds the budget by 50%, this leads to a decrease in profits by only 4%.