Question for you folks. The newsletter is big. Lots going on in the JAMstack world every week. Are event listings helpful? Online, for sure, but you are a global audience, so the chance that something other than a big conference is going to be close to you is slim. Let me know what you think, in Slack, or Twitter.
The ongoing conversation about JAMstack has moved from being just a stack for creating static sites to a stack for developing dynamic web applications. Let’s take a look at an extensive list of APIs and tools you can leverage.
Content Management Systems and structured data are part of my teaching duties. From the get go, I decided to cover both a database-driven CMS and a Static Site Generator. As far as the latter goes, I switched from Jekyll to Eleventy this year.
One fun thing about having a personal domain is that you can keep the contents the same forever, but take a few days every so often to port it to some new stack you want to try out. A while back, I had my site on GitHub Pages using Jekyll. This… | Steve Klabnik | “The most violent element in society is ignorance.” - Emma Goldman
Images are a spectacular way of improving conversions, but are also a real challenge. The good news is that DatoCMS nows offers a drop-in solution to all of these issues so that developers can focus on the more exciting stuff.
DevOps principles make development teams more effective. But when it comes to content model changes, it’s historically been difficult to reconcile these principles with your CMS. Now, with the release of environment aliases, we’ve created a simple way to clone environments, promote an environment to production, and roll back changes.