Have Single-Page Apps Ruined the Web? | Transitional Apps with Rich Harris, NYTimes

Talk by Rich Harris, as presented at the most recent JamstackConf: Transitional apps samples elements from both traditional and modern architecture. The term is borrowed from interior design’s framing of “transitional design.” Transitional apps are, like multi-page apps, server-side rendered for fast initial loads, resilient since they work without JS by default, and provide a …

RedwoodJS – Bringing full-stack to the JAMstack

Update 2020.06.09: here’s a full tutorial to get you started with RedwoodJS. Now here’s an interesting project: Redwood is an opinionated, full-stack, serverless web application framework that will allow you to build and deploy JAMstack applications with ease. Imagine a React frontend, statically delivered by CDN, that talks via GraphQL to your backend running on …

Buiding a JAMstack API with Netlify Functions and Zapier Webhooks

In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to set up webhooks by Zapier to send information to a third-party service and how to integrate them into your JAMstack site using Netlify Functions. This combination allows you to quickly and easily create dynamic functionality on your JAMstack site and create services that do things existing APIs …

How to deploy your first site onto Netlify (+ basic configuration)

About two months ago I developed the website for vBridge, a new company I’m participating in. As the website consists of only one static placeholder-like page, I decided to look into hosting the page directly onto a CDN. Having heard a lot of good things about Netlify, I decided to check that out. The site …

An introduction to the JAMstack

This introduction to JAMstack – or is it SHAMstack? – is quite complete: Traditional websites or CMS sites (e.g WordPress, Drupal, etc.) rely heavily on servers, plugins and databases. But the JAMstack can load some JavaScript that receives data from an API, serving files from a CDN and markup generated using a static site generator …