Every time I use the word “serverless", which is somewhat regularly lately, as we’ve had a few articles using the term lately and use the concept at CodePen for a variety of things, I get some version of:
CMON BRAH YOU’RE STILL USING "SERVERS".
And they aren’t wrong. Yes, when you build things on the web, there are always servers involved. Always. Whether it’s some old computer in a church basement, a computer in a rack at some big hosting …
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