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Jamstack - the key to fast websites by simplifying the system - decoupling

Jamstack is a completely new approach that can be summarized by simplifying it, returning to the roots when a website does not want to be more than just a website. That is, it can be more, but unlike the previous complex systems, we don't have to solve everything in the web application. We can say that the website is liberated because now it can be almost anything, and we don't have to worry about the limitations of the complex system. In the past, when we think of, for example, a PHP-based page like WordPress, to build a website, we were limited by the boundaries of WordPress. Now, as the official definition says, Jamstack eliminates the approach that business logic (simplified website functions) determines the appearance and operation of the website together.

Returning to the basics means that, alongside the most modern technologies, we can build a fast website using simple HTML. However, there may be a need for the business logic and functions mentioned earlier, and we don't have to give them up, but we can entrust them to a backend system that handles them much better than, for example, the ERPNext or Odoo enterprise resource planning system, but also mention the Mautic Marketing and Newsletter Software, which can be connected through APIs.

However, not in every case is such a backend system necessary, and in most cases, Jamstack consists of a single, highly customizable and much faster static website component, that is, actual websites.

Using Static Sites

Previously used systems, such as the popular WordPress or Drupal CMS systems, resorted to a similar solution when they could no longer speed up their websites using other methods or had to serve such a high traffic that couldn't be managed otherwise.

This means that we no longer dynamically generate individual web pages when someone wants to view them, but we prepare them in advance and show them from a cache.

The Static Site Generator solution does exactly this, but, as mentioned earlier, independently of a slow, outdated layer. (It is worth noting that Jamstack solutions are also available for WordPress, but then it can be questioned why we need WordPress at all!?)

The solutions listed below, which can be used to build complex web applications thanks to the Jamstack "architecture," or used as fast standalone web pages, generate static pages in advance and not individually every time someone requests them. These pages are very fast for users and for Google, including the mobile version (as is based on this technology).

The website owner does not always consider whether developers like to work with the given technology, but it is worth noting that this is what it's all about, which ultimately allows for more economical development, as more experts can be found for such projects than for solutions that developers do not like.

Not only is development more economical, but also hosting, as static pages can be hosted on multiple platforms that are much cheaper or even free compared to traditional hosting. For a low-traffic site, it's handy not to spend a fortune on it every month, and for a high-traffic site, it's great because it doesn't require more power for scaling, so hosting high-traffic sites is also cheap or free.

The added benefit, in addition to the above, which is closely related to economy and scalability, is that it can be used with a free CDN system, meaning that the page will always load from the server closest to the visitor, which allows for faster display, while we don't have to maintain servers all over the world and pay for them.

Fortunately, today we can choose from a multitude of Static Site Generator solutions. One of the first and most widespread was HUGO, which is still very popular and a good solution, which is why we support it, but it did not address the problem of slow websites. This is related to the implementation of interactive elements, for the sake of simplicity.

And here comes into play. Because most other SSGs also use JavaScript alongside HTML (from which the text content is built), and worst of all, a lot of JavaScript simultaneously. Even one such solution requires significant resources from the visitor's device, but if they run unchecked, they greatly slow down the page. offers a solution to this, generating only possible HTML static code, without filling the page with wasteful code. This allows an website to be lightning fast even on mobile, just like our page.


HUGO was one of the pioneers, but it continues to evolve and is used by many because almost everything mentioned above can be said about it, which makes its use very advantageous. It can be integrated into the Static Site Generator, Jamstack system, and allows for the construction and management of multilingual websites. However, it doesn't handle JavaScript as cleverly as Astro.Build.


We mention Nuxt.js only because, even though it has the above super features, for those who not only want a website, whether it's a static site or a Jamstack-based one but also want to sell and use a lightning-fast system for this, we recommend the Headless VueStoreFront system, which is a fast e-commerce solution, among others, thanks to Nuxt.js.

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