One of the arguments against the Jamstack approach for building websites is that developing features gets complex and often requires a number of other services. Take commenting, for example. To set up commenting for a Jamstack site, you often need a third-party solution such as Disqus, Facebook, or even just a separate database service. That third-party solution usually means your comments live disconnected from their content.
When we use third-party systems, we have to live with the trade-offs … Read article “How to Create a Commenting Engine with Next.js and Sanity”