This is not a sponsored post. I requested a beta access for this site called Stackbit a while back, got my invite the other day, and thought it was a darn fine idea that's relevant to us web nerds — particularly those of us who spin up a lot of JAMstack sites.
I'm a big fan of the whole idea of JAMstack sites. Take our new front-end development conferences website as one little example. That site is a custom theme built with 11ty, version controlled on GitHub, hosted on Netlify, and content-managed with Netlify CMS.
Each JAMstack site is a little selection of services (⬅ I'm rebuilding that site to be even more JAMstacky!). I think it's clever that Stackbit helps make those choices quickly.
Pick a theme, a site generator, a CMS, a repository platform, and a deployment service... and go! Like this: