Markdown is so ubiquitous in the Jamstack that many people confuse the M in the JAM acronym to mean Markdown rather than markup. But how did this happen and why does Markdown play such a big role in Jamstack development?
Brian Rinaldi is a Developer Advocate at Stackbit. Brian has worked for over 9 years focused on developer community and developer relations at companies like Progress Software and Adobe.
Documentation sites are a longstanding and common use case for the JAMstack. In this post we explore some of the options available to you for developing them and show an example of how to build one.
The static site generator (SSG) is a key ingredient in developing a JAMstack web app, but there are literally hundreds to choose from. I offer my advice and guidance on choosing the option that's best for you.
Sourcebit is a fully-extensible open source project that can connect any data source with a JAMstack site. In this post, we'll learn how you can build a plugin to connect to a data source, target SSG or transform data.
Sourcebit is a new open source project that aims to make it easy for developers to connect their JAMstack site to data coming from a broad range of sources. In this tutorial, we explore how to use it.
Migrating from Wordpress to JAMstack offers a number of potential benefits, but it can be difficult to know what the best strategy for transitioning content is. This post offers some potential strategies for making the move.