Jamstack architecture is ideal for creating a fast, dependable, and scalable website or application. Whether you're just getting started or looking to expand your website capabilities, Mirahi’s experienced Jamstack developers can help you make the most out of this powerful stack.
What is Jamstack?
New build techniques and computational primitives have the potential to open the door to large-scale sites and dynamic, real-time web apps, while keeping to Jamstack’s core approach of decoupling the frontend from the backend and preserving immutable and atomic releases.
Increased performance: Jamstack sites are pre-built so can be deployed more quickly to visitors.
Reduced costs: Jamstack sites are usually less expensive to host than traditional dynamic sites, since they can use a content delivery network (CDN).
Improved security: Jamstack applications are typically faster, more secure, and more scalable than traditional server-side rendered applications. perfect
Increased scalability: Jamstack sites can be scaled more easily than traditional dynamic sites to meet the demands of any traffic size since they do not require server-side code.
Better developer experience: Jamstack applications are simpler to develop and require less infrastructure than traditional server-side rendered applications.
As you probably already know, a software framework supports the development of dynamic websites, web applications and services to allow web developers to construct websites and applications. The structure enables the development process, as well as the tools and libraries needed for the website or web application.
Mirahi has a strong understanding of how to work with multiple frameworks to create high-quality websites and web applications. We can not only help you select the right framework for your project, but we have the skills and experience to work with the framework so it delivers the results you seek.
An open-source web development framework built on top of React.js, Next.js enables server-side rendering and the creation of static websites for React-based online apps.
Nuxt.js makes it simple to create server-rendered Vue.js applications. A framework that abstracts the majority of complex configuration required, Nuxt.js is used to manage asynchronous data, middleware, and routing.
Shopify Hydrogen is a front-end web development framework used to create custom Shopify storefronts. It includes the structure, components, and tooling you'll need to get started so you can focus on the styling and features that distinguish your brand.
Powered by Svelte, SvelteKit is an application framework that allows you to create apps with a smaller footprint. Gives a quick start with advanced routing, server-side rendering, code splitting, offline support, and other features.
Remix, a full-stack web framework, allows for a focus on user interface while working backwards through web basics to produce a fast, smooth, and reliable user experience.
A headless Content Management System (CMS) decouples the backend content management functionality from the frontend delivery of that content. Content can then be delivered to any type of device or application, without being tied to a specific web or mobile interface.
Mirahi has significant experience with headless CMS and can help you to take full advantage of its benefits. A headless CMS gives you a great deal of flexibility and control over your content, and plus helps you manage and publish your content across multiple channels easily. We guide you in choosing and implementing the best headless CMS for your project, as well as offer training and support to use it effectively.
React Bricks a user interface library that is, like the name suggests, React-based. Provides a set of reusable components for building fast and user-friendly web applications and enables developers to create a code-free visual site builder for content editors.
A CMS for creating and managing content for your website or application, Contentful offers an easy-to-use interface that makes it simple to author and edit. You can also use Contentful to manage the navigation, design, and layout of your website or application.
Storyblok is a headless CMS for developers to create, manage, and publish content for any type of digital application. Storyblok offers a simple, versatile and powerful content management API that can drive any type of digital experience from websites and single-page apps to native mobile apps.
Sanity is the first content platform to provide real-time collaboration, advanced version control, and other features to teams of all sizes. Content creators, designers, and developers can collaborate while keeping content separate from presentation by using customized editing environments that work the way they think.
Prismic is a CMS that allows users to create, edit, and manage content for their websites and digital products. It has an easy-to-use interface that allows users to create and update content in real-time without requiring coding or other technical skills.
Strapi is an open-source, Node.js-based, Headless CMS allowing users to use their preferred tools and frameworks. Saves a significant amount of development time while still delivering content to any device.
With this cloud-based headless CMS, developers can build dynamic content for their websites and applications. Dato CMS provides a flexible content model that allows developers to define the structure of their content along with a powerful set of tools for managing and publishing content.
Hygraph is a content management system that allows users to create and manage content using a GraphQL-Native based data model. Hygraph provides a user interface for managing content as well as an API for programmatic access to content. Distribute content from any location by integrating all your services with this unique approach to content federation.
Builder is the world’s first Visual CMS. It is a headless CMS that lets you easily manage your content and structure your data in a way that makes sense for your application. With its easy-to-use interface for managing your content with any tech stack, you have full control without needing the support of a developer.
Platform as a Service
Platform as a service (PaaS) is a cloud computing model in which a third-party provider delivers hardware and software tools to users over the Internet (typically required for application development).
Our team is highly-skilled in Platform as a Service (PaaS) and has a deep understanding of how to use this technology to its fullest potential. Having worked with a variety of PaaS providers, we at Mirahi are familiar with the ins and outs of each platform, plus are experts in cloud computing, which gives us a strong understanding of how PaaS fits into the overall cloud ecosystem.
Netlify is the perfect platform for developers who want to build highly-performant and dynamic websites, e-commerce stores and web applications. Netlify unites an extensive ecosystem of technologies, services and APIs into one workflow, which saves time and money while unlocking new levels of team productivity.
Ideal for hosting static websites and Serverless Functions, Vercel allows developers to instantly deploy websites and web services, automatically scale—without supervision. All requiring no configuration, too.
With a pay-as-you-go price structure, clever cloud is a French cloud service that aids businesses in rapidly delivering web services: no system to update, no infrastructure to maintain, and no orchestrator to debug.
Cloudflare Workers provides a serverless execution environment that enables you to create entirely new applications or augment existing ones without the need for infrastructure configuration or maintenance.
Cloudflare Pages is a JAMstack platform for collaboration and website deployment for front-end developers. Developer-focused, it has built-in Git integration and advanced collaboration, as well as unlimited seats.
Render is a unified platform that makes it easy to build and run all your apps and websites. It offers free TLS certificates, a global CDN, DDoS protection, private networks, and auto deploys from Git.
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