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Edison Ade
Edison Ade

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I just tried Stackbit (JamStack)

https://www.stackbit.com/
Took me less than five minutes to get a website started. With about 30 minutes of work, this is what it looks like right now.
https://agriprohub-fb089.netlify.com/

Jamstack is truly the future. This was done with Zero code.
It automatically created a git repository, set up my netlify cms (you can use contentful if you prefer that), run build time on netlify host, I chose Gatsby as my site generator( i love gatsby)

Anyone here tried Stackbit? Would love to get your thoughts.

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