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Myth-busting: Jamstack can't handle dynamic content

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  1. Strapi is the most advanced Node.

    Strapi is an open source Node.js-based headless CMS. Since it's headless, we can use Strapi to deliver content to almost any digital device via its API. We’ve used Strapi as a video content manager. We’ve managed the videos available in our Nuxt.js app with Strapi, as well as leveraged its extra customisation options to build out a service to handle token requests with Ably.
  2. Nuxt.js presets all the configuration needed to make your development of a Vue.js application enjoyable. It's a perfect static site generator.

    Nuxt.js is a web framework based on Vue.js - besides being one of the most convenient ways to build out Vue applications, it gives us the option to build server-side rendered or static websites. For our project, we’ve gone with the static option and hosted these files on Netlify.
  3. Build, deploy and host your static site or app with a drag and drop interface and automatic delpoys from GitHub or Bitbucket

    To start out, create a Netlify account and make sure your project source code is hosted on GitHub. Click “Create new site from Git” and connect your GitHub to Netlify. Select your repo and fill in the details. Under Basic Build Settings, your build command should be yarn generate, and your publish directory should be dist. Select Advanced Settings and define your environment variables, add API_URL to key, and...
  4. Serious realtime infrastructure

    Ably is a realtime messaging infrastructure as a service solution. It allows you to enable publish/subscribe-based messaging in your application with just a few lines of code. Ably provides low-latency messaging, high reliability, and is able to work globally on any platform or device. It completely abstracts away the complex problem of scaling realtime communication across multiple regions, from the developer space.