Jamstack websites are faster, safer, and less resource-intensive than traditional websites.
Unlike classic hosting, static websites don't need the backend to render the site. The result? Near-instant loading.
Moving server functions to microservices reduces exposure to hacking and other threats.
Lower server-side computing demands mean you'll save money on servers.
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With Jamstack, you can deploy static websites directly from the web server. This both minimizes response times and reduces security risks by eliminating the need for error-prone or compromised source code.
There's a static site generator now for just about every programming language. Generally, they work with a file structure that renders all the subsequent pages of a website in one go.
Unlike classic server-based websites that require scripts and databases, a static site generator doesn't require costly server queries.
This means your content loads faster and you improve the user experience.
Using a headless CMS, Jamstack page content can be edited by just about anyone without editing or rewriting code.
Headless CMS work solely with the backend, and it isn't coupled to a particular output. Content is stored and delivered to the Jamstack website from the headless CMS via an API.
The headless CMS also serves as a prerendering repository for the static site generator.
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Work with developer-friendly CI/CD workflows and Git tools.
Rank better thanks to faster web architecture.
Enjoy simpler staging and versioning for faster client feedback.
Reduce resource demands making scaling cheaper and more flexible.
Give clients and editors more convenience using a headless CMS.
Cut security and downtime risks by decoupling the frontend.