The Jamstack, a modern approach to building websites and apps, delivers better performance, higher security, lower cost of scaling, and a better developer experience. But how popular is it among developers worldwide, and what do they love and hate about it?
We at Kentico Kontent decided to take a closer look at the current state of Jamstackʼs adoption and use. Surveying more than 500 developers in four countries, we wanted to find out how long they’ve been working with the Jamstack, what they’re using this architecture for, where they typically deploy and host their projects, and more.
Based on the findings, we created The State of Jamstack 2020 Report that provides an overview of the results and comments on the most interesting facts. Now we’ve released something just as exciting:
Our free interactive data visualization page lets you dive into the data from our survey and discover how the web developers’ answers varied according to age, gender, primary programming language, and other factors.
Do you know where the majority of US developers working for large companies store their content? Or what’s their favorite static site generator? The answers may surprise you—click below to find out: