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APIs and Authentication on the Jamstack

The first “A” in the Jamstack stands for “APIs” and is a key contributor to what makes working with static sites so powerful. APIs give developers the freedom to offload complexity and provide avenues for including dynamic functionality to an otherwise static site. Often, accessing an API requires validating the authenticity of a request. This frequently manifests in the form of authentication (auth) and can be done either client side or server side depending on the service used and the … Read article “APIs and Authentication on the Jamstack”

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Data-driven Jamstack with Sourcebit

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How To Create A Headless WordPress Site On The Jamstack

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JAMstack vs. Jamstack

It’s just a word to evoke the idea that serving as much as you can statically while using client-side code and hitting serverless APIs for any needs after that.

The “official website” changed their language from JAMstack (evoking the JavaScript, APIs, and Markup acronym) to Jamstack. It’s nothing to be overly concerned about, but I care as someone who has to write the word in a professional context quite often. If we’re going to “Jamstack,” so be it.… Read article “JAMstack vs. Jamstack”

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What makes a site Jamstack?

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Adding Dynamic And Async Functionality To JAMstack Sites

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What to Expect from the JAMstack in 2020

Brian Rinaldi interviewed a variety of folks, asking them the same questions about JAMstack development and the landscape recently:

  • Raymond Camden: I think we will see better competition from the bigger players.
  • Gift Egwuenu: I’m also looking forward to more job openings on the JAMstack.
  • Bryan Robinson: If you find yourself jumping through too many hoops, it might be time to explore a monolith architecture again.
  • Me: Blah blah blah, read the other ones from smart people
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Create a Static Site Using Angular & Scully

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The Rising Complexity of JAMstack Sites and How to Manage Them

When you add anything with user-generated content or dynamic data to a static site, the complexity of the build process can become comparable to launching a monolithic CMS. How can we add rich content to static sites without stitching together multiple third-party services?… Read article “The Rising Complexity of JAMstack Sites and How to Manage Them”