Our fourth webinar in this series was hosted by Daniel Phiri, Devrel at Strapi, and joined by Srushtika Neelakantam, Developer Relations, and Partner Engineer at Ably.
In this one hour interactive webinar, Daniel and Srushtika debunk the myth of static only Jamstack sites and shows us how to leverage a tool like Ably to enable real-time data on the Jamstack
If you missed the webinar — or you’d like to relive it — check out the full recording below.
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If you have ever tried to build a web app with Jamstack or you’re new to the Jamstack ecosystem, In this article, we will take a look at some of the benefits of building with Jamstack alongside some of its unique features you should often use in your projects.
A lot has been previously written about Jamstack and its benefit on the Strapi blog, so we will briefly examine what Jamstack is before looking into the features.
According to the Jamstack community website Jamstack.org…
In the tutorial, we will build REST API with Strapi, post our invoice items from our Nex.js app to the backend, and then give users the option to print the Invoice and save it to their device. We will also work with Tailwind CSS to style our application, so it looks elegant.
Let take a look at a demo of what we are going to be building throughout this article:
Consumers have a variety of opportunities to engage with content these days — social media sites, e-commerce sites, SMS messaging, just to name a few. It’s a necessity to make your content easy to find on a variety of channels and easy to use on a variety of devices, but consumers also have a growing expectancy for content to transition seamlessly between channels.
To determine the efficiency of your current publishing methods, let’s first define a few terms.
Single-source content is content from one or more sources collected in a central repository or content hub. Content hubs centralize content in…
Strapi and Laravel are both powerful tools that are making developers’ lives easier. Both are different in their domains.
We will look at these two technologies and see how they can be used together. It would be nice to talk about these technologies independently before we dive into how we can use Strapi and Laravel.
To follow this, here are some requirements:
Laravel is a free, open-source PHP web framework intended to develop web applications following the model–view–controller(MVC) architectural pattern. …
Localizing your site for different international markets can be a challenging endeavor. You need experienced localizers, engineers, managers, or translation service providers with language, legal, and cultural expertise in your target markets. You need to transfer translated content across multiple platforms and applications and through many revisions before a release is final. All this can be difficult to coordinate.
One option is to use a content management system (CMS) like Strapi. In this article, you’ll learn strategies for using Strapi to efficiently localize your content.
Localization involves taking content or a product you have created for your main market and…
Thanks to ES Modules (or ESM), Deno doesn’t need…
As of this writing, there are 89 headless CMS that aims to address the variety of business needs for their potential customers. How can you escape choice overload and pick the right one for you?
In this article, we will look at the factors to consider when choosing a headless CMS. This way, you can pick the right headless vendor for your business, editors, marketers, and developers.
A headless CMS is a backend-only content management system. Unlike a traditional CMS like WordPress, headless CMS doesn’t provide a presentation layer where your content is displayed. …
When you need to build a website, there are quite a few things that need to be considered. Some of them are more abstract, like how you’re going to market the site, and some are more technical. In this article you’ll be learning about one of the technical aspects of using a CMS for your website: versioning it with Git.
When using a headless CMS like Strapi, it can quickly become a confusing task to version it properly. How does it handle changes? How can you collaborate with others using common workflows? How does it handle different environments?
Shopify is a subscription service that lets you create, manage and sell your products or services. When combined with Strapi and its ability to customize and manage content, you have on your hands a sleek, powerful website or app that is both attractive to your customers and very easy to use.
In this tutorial, we will create a Shopify store to sell custom-made clothes and integrate our store into our Strapi-powered website.