JAM-Stack; Serving Frontends to the web in the 21st century
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- Everything to know about the JAM-Stack
- Real-World usage of the JAM-Stack
- Delivering the fastest frontend possible
- Serving Frontend to the internet
- Saving tons of money on Infrastructure
- Basic programming knowledge
Do you want to scale to infinity and beyond without caring about the infrastructure?
Do you want to save loads of money on webservers?
Do you want to concentrate on building your application and forget about the distribution?
Do you want to separate frontend and backend code?
Then this course is for you!
No matter whether you are a frontend developer who wants to get the latest application into the internet.
No matter whether you are a backend developer who wants to get started with frontend deployments.
No matter whether you are a DevOps who wants provide the best possible deployment for her/his fellow frontend engineers.
"JAM-Stack" became a buzzword in the past months and is already used by lots of companies/developers that really care about frontend performance, about simplicity and efficiency.
In this course, we will explore how the JAM-Stack approach compares to using classical webservers that template the frontend and deliver it to the requesting user. Further, we will build JAM-Stack applications and most importantly we will provision the entire infrastructure that is needed to deploy a frontend. And we will create templates for the infrastructure so that you can roll out the next JAM-Stack in the matter of seconds and never having to worry about it EVER AGAIN!
In the end, we will also create a CI/CD pipeline to automatically and continuously deploy your frontend application!
Everything you learn in this course is reusable and can be applied to any use-case.
Let's get started!
- Frontend developers who want to put their applications to the web
- Backend developers who want to get into modern frontend development and deployment
- DevOps who want to create the most efficient deployment for their fellow frontend developers