1.11 - Moving from WordPress to Jamstack

instructor

Author

Alex Patterson

3/23/2021

Last Updated: 3/23/2021

Jason Lengstorf

Links

https://twitter.com/jlengstorf

https://www.jason.af/

Details

Works at Netlify, does courses and workshops for Egghead and Frontend Masters, and hosts Learn With Jason, a live stream show where he pairs with brilliant people from the community and learns something new in 90 minutes.

Subject

Migrating from WordPress to Jamstack.

Questions

  • What is Jamstack and what does it mean to you?

  • You always hear WordPress holds 30% of the internet. Is this still the case and are we starting to see them lose ground? Why do you think that is?

  • What are the benefits of moving off of WordPress and into a Jamstack ecosystem?

  • Is Jamstack lacking any capabilities that WordPress provides?

  • We are currently building out a backend similar to WordPress with the Jamstack in NextJS. What would you say are the key features WordPress provides its users?

  • If you were to use any CMS today to create a Next.js application and host it on Netlify what would it be? And why?

  • Can Netlify host a Next.js application with regeneration capabilities yet?

Purrfect Picks

These are fun picks of the week. Maybe something you bought online, a great show you are currently watching, or that last book that you thought was amazing.

Jason

Brittney Postma

  • Jamstack Explorers – Short and digestible video missions to get you started in the Jamstack.
  • Ted Lasso – Apple TV – Hilarious show about an American college football coach who goes to England to coach “football” (soccer). Starts Jason Sudeikis

Alex Patterson