Welcome to the Getting Things Done issue of the New Dynamic. The list of use-cases you would not use JAMstack for is shrinking. Fast. Largely in part to Serverless technologies (and see last week’s newsletter: streams!). This week we have some posts on getting things done with Serverless and marrying bits of the ecosystem for powerful combinations.
Seriously —-> Most of the things here have been posted and talked about in our Slack community:thenewdynamic.slack.com
Abstracting infrastructure is in our DNA. Roads, schools, water supply networks—you get the idea. Web development is no exception: serverless architectures are a beautiful expression of that phenomenon. Static sites, in particular, are turning into dynamic, rich experiences. Handling static forms,
New demo project based on the payment request API, courtesy of the awesome services provided by @gatsbyjs and @stripe. Everything is in test mode so if you want to see how it works go ahead and use one of Stripe’s test cards!
In this article, I will show you how to use Cloudinary’s image transformations with a Hugo site to create responsive image sets. We will also be using Forestry as our static content manager, taking advantage of Forestry’s media library integration for Cloudinary to easily upload and manage Cloudinary assets.
Craft an SEO-friendly React app using Next.js. This tutorial shows how to generate static files to serve your rendered content to search engine crawlers. Code snippets, GitHub repo, and live demo included.
[ed. For some of us in the trenches building with JAMstack there are some obvious elisions here] Below is an overview of the culmination of several trends that has given rise to a new frontend architecture and what we believe is a resulting fertile startup ecosystem. How websites and…
The term JAMstack just means static website, doesn’t it? Well… not quite. Although it sounds like yet another buzzword, it can be helpful as a way to talk about sites which can harness the power of a CDN, benefit from modern web development workflows, and leverage a world of microservices.