JAMstack_Berlin Meetup #18
The JAMstack is not about specific technologies. It’s a new way of building websites and apps that deliver better performance, higher security, lower cost of scaling, and better developer experience.
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#1 - Understanding Rendering in the Jamstack by Brian Rinaldi
Developer experience engineer @LaunchDarkly and Editor @jamstacked
Once upon a time, there were static sites and every page in a static site was prerendered, meaning that it was rendered as HTML/CSS/JS during the build process either locally or as part of a CI/CD process. Then along came Next.js pushing the idea that we could have server-side rendering (SSR) alongside prerendering (SSG). Today, a few iterations later, we aren’t just dealing with SSR and SSG – we’re being inundated with acronyms like ISR, DPR, DSG... In this session, we’ll make sense of it all by explaining what each type of rendering is and what it is useful for.
#2 - API mesh with JAMstack by Jaden Baptista
We’ve made the J and M in Jamstack easy already, but APIs are kind of a sticky area. They’re often inconsistent, even if they’re trying to conform to a standard like REST, and documentation doesn’t always clear that up. Enter the API mesh! It’s like a funnel for all your APIs: you pour them in one side and a single, neat, organized, self-documenting GraphQL endpoint comes out the other side. In this talk, Jaden will demo TakeShape’s implementation of the API mesh concept and how it can help you be more productive and more satisfied with your development.
6:30 - Welcome & Intros
6:40 - Understanding Rendering in the Jamstack
7:20 - Talk #2
7:50 - Q&A
8:00 - Event closing
The group is open to anyone interested. Whether you’re new to the subject or you are an expert and want to share your knowledge.
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