Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community

It's impossible to keep up with the range of web development tools available, but that doesn't stop one from trying. This article focuses on some key features of some JAMstack applications - sites based on Javascript, APIs, and Markup (JAM). Three major categories are presented: headless CMSs, static site hosts, and static site generators. I'm most interested in the first of these because of the potential to work with a range of services across a distributed network. Something like KeystoneJS, for example.

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