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Using an SSL certificate can be beneficial in local development, especially when communicating with external services.
Pre-rendering pages on a site (traditional SSG) is a great way to serve a small amount of content. But it’s difficult to scale this strategy. Here are a handful of strategies that can be used to maintain your productivity as your site grows.
We rebuilt the Stackbit documentation site from scratch, reorganizing everything by expanding on the Divio documentation system.
The latest from one of the site's most popular subjects.
When using the native addEventListener function, you may often want to pass arguments to the callback function. Anonymous functions are here to help.
Quick tips and guided tutorials to help you on your coding journey.
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A list of six crucial factors to a strong, modern website to improve the content, performance, visibility, and aesthetics of your website.
Improve your development and writing skills by contributing content to the site.
Fresh off the Jamstack shelf.
Netlify isn’t just for websites. Learn how you can use Netlify to serve your other sites with useful content, creating a single source of truth for your assets and data, as needed.
You can get to production faster by separating CI and build/deployment process. But there’s risk in it. Here are two approaches to help with the decision.
In exploring the artifacts of the early Jamstack movement, I’ve come to discover the best part of the Jamstack. This now guides how I describe Jamstack.
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You've been handed a design and tasked with writing the code that will bring that design to life. Where do you start?
A "good website" is one that achieves its goals. Read these six traits of a website that stays focused on those goals.
One of the biggest benefits of a headless CMS is that they can serve multiple front ends.
At Stackbit, we're working to fill in this missing piece in the Jamstack. We believe we can build a healthy contract between developers and content creators.