JAMstack vs WordPress: The debate of 2021

by Dipti Kumari Digital Marketing
WordPress has been dominating other website development platforms for many years now. It is currently powering approximately 35% of the internet with its robust CMS and website development. But, many no-coding platforms are popping up like Webflow, Wix, etc. who have taken some limelight away. 

But, JAMstack has disrupted the whole web development industry with its more reliable, developer-friendly, SEO-optimized, and fast framework. 

Though this article talks about JAMstack vs WordPress but lets us first clear that JAMstack and WordPress are two different things. 

JAMStack is an architecture for building websites while WordPress is a platform for building websites. There's a huge difference between the two but the outcome that is desired by any user is the same. 

So, to enhance that outcome, JAMstack is the newly coined term that is which uses Javascript as the main programming language, APIs instead in place of specific databases, and prebuilt Markups as the delivery system. When a user does any query on the browser, Javascript will bring the pre-rendered page up from one of its APIs, in a quicker process than would happen in WordPress or any other LAMP Stack project.

For some, WordPress might be the best choice while for some JAMstack might be the best choice but when it comes to the digital era, it is very important to keep yourself updated. This is why JAMstack is a framework that you must explore for your web development because it adds some advantages that would directly affect your customer experience and that is very necessary.

If you want to explore JAMstack and understand how it can be a smart investment then get in touch with Jamsfy, a headless commerce development agency that has expertise in the whole JAMstack framework. 

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