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How to Build a Website in 2020

These days, we need to look at many areas, from speed, performance and SEO, to user needs and the ability to manage the website effectively. This is why ‘hard coded’ websites often don’t work anymore. They are slow (bad for users) and don’t allow website owners to easily load new content (whether it’s a blog or ecommerce listings).
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Top 10 websites built on JAMstack

Did you know Leonardo DiCaprio uses JAMstack? And he’s not the only one! Well, now that we’ve got your attention… we’ve previously talked about how great JAMstack is so it shouldn’t be a surprise that everyone’s using it, right? Of course, the answer is never that simple.
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Comparison of 15 headless CMS for JAMstack websites

Whether it’s for SEO or to stay user-friendly, more and more people are turning to the likes of JAMstack for their website needs. This is usually followed by a reevaluation of their content management systems and, ultimately, a desire to try headless CMS. The above story then leads to an inevitable question: which Headless CMS is right for my JAMstack development?
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Why you should consider Gatsby JS for your JAMstack website

Since JAMstack development focuses on lean, fast loading & performance with focus on static elements, the generator you choose becomes a key driver (or bottleneck) of this process. Let’s explore why Gatsby and JAMstack go so well together.
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How to Choose the Best CMS for Your JAMstack Website?

When it comes to building websites, fast, speedy and overall performance is the way to go. While this might sound limiting, this couldn’t be further from the truth. With the right selection, we really can have the best of both worlds. This is why we turn to the JAMstack method time and time again, but the choice of CMS is one of the most common issues we get asked about.
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