Netlify Dev: Test the Netlify Hosting Platform Locally

I feel like I’ve been using Netlify ever since I switched to using static site generators from using content management systems (CMS). Initially, Netlify provided an easy-to-use service for rendering static sites, either by manual file upload or from repository code pushes. In the past two years, they added more features aimed at building fully functional sites such as serverless functions, a CMS backend, and authentication.
I spoke with Matt Billman about the history of the company, the history of the JAMStack mentality, and their new features. Hear the full interview below.

Link: https://dzone.com/articles/-netlify-dev-test-the-netlify-hosting-platform-loc?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=feedpress.me&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+dzone%2Fwebdev

Hey, let’s create a functional calendar app with the JAMstack

Hey, let’s create a functional calendar app with the JAMstack
I’ve always wondered how dynamic scheduling worked so I decided to do extensive research, learn new things, and write about the technical part of the journey. It’s only fair to warn you: everything I cover here is three weeks of research condensed into a single article. Even though it’s beginner-friendly, it’s a healthy amount of reading. So, please, pull up a chair, sit down and let’s have an adventure.

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Link: https://css-tricks.com/hey-lets-create-a-functional-calendar-app-with-the-jamstack/