Jamstack is an architecture that uses JavaScript, APIs, and pre-built Markup to create dynamic web applications. It focuses on decoupling the frontend from the backend, allowing developers to build faster, more secure, and more scalable websites and applications. Jamstack sites are typically built using static site generators such as Gatsby or Next.js, and can be hosted on a variety of services such as Netlify, Vercel, and Amazon S3.
React Day Berlin 2022React Day Berlin 2022
161 min
Crash Course into the Jamstack with Next.js & Storyblok
You might have read already about Jamstack. You probably already used Next.js, and recently you may be hearing a lot about the headless CMSs. This quick course will put all the pieces together and show you why Storyblok, combined with Next.js, is the best combo for your next project. Stop by and try it yourself!
- In-depth Jamstack knowledge. How it changed from old times to the modern world. Learn how Jamstack was created by comparing Static Sites and Dynamic Sites.- How Next.js serves content, and how content is served with Static Site Generation (SSG).- Atomic design methodology, and how this is applied to the content management system.- Hands-on project experience by building a Jamstack project with Next.js and Storyblok.
Prerequisites- Any Text . Visual Studio Code recommended- Node.js LTS- NPM or Yarn- GitHub account- Vercel account- Familiarity with JavaScript, React, and Git. Having worked with Next.js before is a plus
What's included1. Introduction and overview of the workshop2. Introduction to Jamstack3. Introduction to Atomic Design4. Overview of Headless CMS5. Introduction to Storyblok6. Next.js app creation7. Storyblok space creation8. Next.js and Storyblok connection9. Custom components creation10.First-page creation11. Introduction to Visual 12. Dynamic pages addition13. Blog section creation14. Deployment on Vercel
JSNation Live 2021JSNation Live 2021
199 min
Jamstack eCommerce 101
Digital commerce has changed, and there is an increasing demand for faster and kite efficient solutions. In this workshop, you'll learn about the evolution of ecommerce and how Jamstack and headless commerce evolves shopping experiences on the web. We will explore the basics of headless commerce building a minimal Jamstack ecommerce product page with static content, HTML5, CSS, and Javascript. Finally, we will integrate Commerce Layer for headless commerce capabilities and deploy our application to Netlify.
React Summit Remote Edition 2021React Summit Remote Edition 2021
120 min
E-commerce on the Jamstack with NextJS and Netlify
Jamstack frameworks are changing the way we build top-of-the-line experiences on the web. They are performant, secure and enable developers to build web apps faster than before. In this workshop, Nick DeJesus will walk you through what it's like to build an e-commerce site using NextJS, use-shopping-cart and theme-ui. You will learn how serverless functions with Netlify to help you make secure transactions and how to build accessible UI components that extend use-shopping-cart's abilities.