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Discussion on: Is the JAM stack the future of web development?

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Laszlo Szenes

Absolutely! It's simpler, more effective, faster, more flexible and more logical than the traditional architecture.
I actually came up with a setup that I use on my main project, which basically fits the definition of JAMStack, before I even heard about it. And probably many others did the same. So it seems to be the next logical step with the evolution of Javascript and its frameworks.
It, of course, will take a while for the technologies to mature and consolidate, hosting services to catch up, and replacements for the well established traditional hosted software (eg: WordPress) to be developed, etc.
PS: I use Svelte on the front-end, and Go or PHP (WordPress API extensions) on the back-end depending on my projects.

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RealToughCandy.io Author

It's simpler, more effective, faster, more flexible and more logical than the traditional architecture.

This!