You can build production-grade web applications using a drag-and-drop visual page builder. In this episode, Yang Zhang will teach us how to do it with Plasmic.
With the new Netlify Graph product, you can read, write, & even subscribe to data from third-party APIs securely — without having to manage auth tokens or complex data fetching logic. Sean Grove teaches us how!
Using a decoupled CMS, we want to add shareable previews, fast search, and keep a great DX. Ondrej Polesny will teach us how Kontent by Kentico, Next.js, and Netlify make it possible!
Combining WordPress & Gatsby lets us have the best of both worlds for content creation & web dev. In this episode, Alexandra Spalato teaches us to how to use Gatsby themes to build WordPress sites quickly!
Next.js has a popular approach for generating dynamic routes. In this episode, Salma Alam-Naylor (a.k.a. whitep4nth3r) will teach us how to use Contentful’s GraphQL API to power them.
StepZen allows us to combine multiple backends into a single GraphQL API. In this episode, Carlos Eberhardt will teach us how it works and how we can get started!
How should you approach content modeling for your headless CMS? In this episode, Daniel Phiri will teach us how to set up our Jamstack sites for success using Strapi.
Storyblok is a headless CMS with a visual editor. In this episode, Samuel Snopko will teach us how to use it to power Jamstack web experiences!
Colby Fayock will teach us how we can combine the great content editing experience of Word Press, the flexibility of developing with Next.js, and the power of deploying to Netlify!
The modern web is modular, and Prismicio's Slice Machine brings block-based editing to the CMS. In this episode, Lucie Haberer will teach us how to componentize our content management.
How far we go with the Jamstack? In this episode, Kapehe teaches us that, if we combine tools like Sanity, Netlify, and more, the limit may not exist. 🤯
Learn how to combine Contentful’s powerful GraphQL API with Stripe to create paid content for your Jamstack app with Stefan Judis!
Can a CMS handle all the requirements of a full-blown app? Espen Hovlandsdal teaches us how to use Sanity and Netlify Functions to handle user input in Jamstack apps!
Create a fully dynamic app on the Jamstack with a custom API built with Strapi and deployed on DigitalOcean. Chris On Code teaches us how to create and deploy custom APIs + interact with them using serverless functions.
Where does the content for our Jamstack sites live? In this episode, Dave Darnes teaches us how Ghost makes content management on the Jamstack so easy it‘s spooky!
Content writers love the content management workflows that WordPress provides. Devs love the developer experience of using Gatsby. And when you combine the two? Everyone wins! In this episode, Zac Gordon (https://twitter.com/zgordon) teaches us how to power Gatsby sites with WordPress and how to add dynamic features!
Strapi is an open source, self-hosted Node.js headless CMS, which makes it a great option for setting up a Gatsby site. On this episode, David Kartuzinski (https://twitter.com/kai_dawei) joins to teach us how to set up Strapi from scratch to power a Gatsby site.
Contentful provides a flexible, powerful content management back-end, which pairs really well with Gatsby. In this episode, Khaled Garbaya will teach us how to use Contentful to power Gatsby sites.
If you work with Drupal and need a high-performance front-end, Gatsby is a great option! In this stream, Grant Glidewell (https://twitter.com/grantglidewell) teaches us how to use Decoupled Drupal with Gatsby to build flexible, high-performance websites and apps. Discuss on Twitter: https://jason.af/lwj-drupal
Did you know WordPress & Gatsby are great together? In this stream, Jason Bahl (https://twitter.com/jasonbahl) teaches us how to use WordPress with Advanced Custom Fields and WPGraphQL to create an powerful, flexible admin dashboard, then query and display that data in a Gatsby site. Discuss on Twitter: https://jason.af/lwj-wpgraphql