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What the heck is JAMSTACK and why should you use it?⁠⁠

What the heck is JAMSTACK and why should you use it?⁠⁠

What is JAMstack?

  • According to Netlify CEO and Co-founder Mathias Biilmann, JAMsrack stands for "a modern web development architecture nbased on client-side Javascript, reusable API's, and pre-build Makup".
  • This combination gives you a chance to get the benefits of a static website and the ability to connect the website to a dyna,ic CMS.

A. Speed and Performance

  • JAMstack website pre-generates specific pages at a build time instead of request time. It ensures high performance without a need for investing in expensive solutions.
  • That means, the faster your website loads, the better the user experience and conversion rate.

B. SEO efficiency

  • JAMstack website means getting full control over the website's content and structure, and consequently, over the SEO of such a website. It helps search engines to read and index the content on your website.

C. Greater security

  • There is no active connection between a static site and any database or server-side software. Therefore, there are no vulnerabilities for hackers to exploit.

D. Resistance to high traffic

  • JAMstack websites can be served entirely from CDN (Content Delivery Network) so there is no need for additional logic or workflow.
  • Using CDN means also simpler deployments, built-in redundancy and awesome load capacity.

E. Maintainability

  • JAMstack website is stable. It doesn't require an administrator 24/7 to keep running without any troubles since it's being served directly from a host or CDN.
  • If you won't like a hosting provider of your choice, you can also change it quickly and effortlessly.

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