Jamstack websites are built to be fast, adaptable, and secure. However, because they do not have a backend or database inherently, they are not designed to accept form input without the help of some form-handling service.
There are many frameworks built on top of React today, including Gatsby, Next.js, Remix, Redwood, Blitz, and others. Next.js has become one of the most popular frameworks in the world thanks to its focus on performance, developer experience, and tight integration with the deployment platform from the same creators, Vercel.
One of the reasons why Next.js has become such a popular framework for building React-based websites is that it provides so many different ways to load data from outside sources.
The Prismic team has been working on redefining how developers work with Prismic in their projects. We want to make the process of fetching and displaying content from Prismic as easy and intuitive as possible.
Vercel just hosted their Next.js Conf and, as always, it's a reminder that it's a great time to be a Next.js developer. This was my first time speaking at Next.js Conf, and I hope I get an opportunity to be a part of the hype again next year!
Adding a content management system (CMS) to Next.js is easy. All it requires is a CMS with some content and an API call to fetch that content.
A new release of Prismic's Gatsby integration is out! This version brings support for Gatsby 4 and its new features. It also brings some ergonomic improvements that make using Prismic in your Gatsby projects easier.
Gatsby 4x4 is a collection of four mini-talks presented by Prismic at Jamstack Conf 2021. The talks cover topics you may not know about Gatsby: new features, TypeScript codegen, graphs, and social media card image generation.
Developing with Prismic and Gatsby just got a whole lot more powerful. We've released the next major version of our Gatsby integration. The version 4.0 release brings new features and refinements to make working with Prismic and Gatsby easier than ever.
Nuxt.js is one of the popular frameworks to build websites with Vue.js. That's great, because at Prismic we love to build websites — especially with Vue! Ahem. We do handle the data while you build the website. But you got my point! (and we do build websites with Nuxt and Prismic anyway...)
Gatsby is one of the most popular choices for web developers building websites today. We're no strangers to the framework and we are committed to continuing our support.
We've heard the question a lot from users recently "Is Slice Machine ready for production websites?", while it might not have all the features that some people need for production websites, these latest updates take the project a huge step closer to having everything you would need for a production-ready website.
We're proud to announce that Prismic has raised $20 million to change the way everyone builds websites.
Svelte is one of the fastest-growing web development frameworks, and SvelteKit is Svelte's web app development framework. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to build and launch a website from scratch with Svelte and SvelteKit.
It's a wrap on yet another fantastic Slice Machine #SliceContest! It wasn't easy to pick the winners out of such a great selection of submissions, but three great contestants are taking home top prizes.
Starting April 1st, the main Prismic API endpoint (/api/v2) will no longer include a list of all the tags used in a repo.