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January 6th 2020
2019 seemed to be the year that the term JAMstack started to really grow in popularity with more web developers than ever before. It is approach that I have believed in for many years. Netlify (where I work) was created to enable exactly this type of architecture and indeed coined the very term.
But JAMstack can sound confusing. There are a number of emerging interpretations. In my opinion, there is one aspect of JAMstack which absolutely key: Pre-rendering.
Here is a short explanation about why.
March 31st 2020, in Redwood City, CA, USA
Recently posted on @philhawksworth (excluding @replies).
The problem with the DX team at @Netlify is that none of them are any fun. https://t.co/nzXVVEjbTl
Wish you could invite some of your users to try new beta features of your site?
@Netlify lets you do this easily thanks to a couple of its core features:
✨ Branch deploys
✨ CDN-based A/B testing
Read how and take a look at the little video demo.
RT @philhawksworth: With @Netlify Redirects, you can proxy every URL you're not serving to somewhere else.
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