The Rise of JAMStack

JAMstack @ Oredev
Nov 07 2019 ( External link )

Description: 20 years ago, Michael Kunze coined the LAMP stack to describe the success of open source architecture on the web, but it also betrayed the server-centric world of the time. 5 years ago, Val Karpov described the MEAN stack as a JavaScript centric alternative straddling frontend and backend worlds. A lot has happened since then. React rose to dominance, AWS Lambda started the Serverless movement, the "API economy" arose to serve developers, and Static Site Generators came back in a big way. What is driving this new stack of Javascript, APIs, and Markup?

  • You will learn about the historical context of developer focus and product differentiation moving from backend to frontend
  • You will be able to explain the problems with serverful architecture
  • You will have a better understanding of the growing startup and open source ecosystem building around the JAMstack
  • You will be able to explain what exactly the fuss is about the JAMstack
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  "title": "The Rise of JAMStack",
  "slug": "jamstack-rise",
  "topic": "JAMstack",
  "venues": "Oredev",
  "date": "2019-11-07T00:00:00.000Z",
  "url": "https://oredev.org/",
  "video": "https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgKvRylmPfk",
  "desc": "An introduction to the JAMstack from a historical perspective as the next evolution from LAMP and MEAN stacks",
  "description": "20 years ago, Michael Kunze coined the LAMP stack to describe the success of open source architecture on the web, but it also betrayed the server-centric world of the time. 5 years ago, Val Karpov described the MEAN stack as a JavaScript centric alternative straddling frontend and backend worlds. A lot has happened since then. React rose to dominance, AWS Lambda started the Serverless movement, the \"API economy\" arose to serve developers, and Static Site Generators came back in a big way. What is driving this new stack of Javascript, APIs, and Markup?",
  "pubdate": "2019-11-07T00:00:00.000Z"
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