This week I got some great comments on Twitter and LinkedIn about my column, WordPress Co-Founder Matt Mullenweg Is Not a Fan of JAMstack.
Zach Leatherman, builder of popular static site generator Eleventy, started a good thread:
Read through all the comments.
I also liked this new perspective (to me at least) by Aram Zucker-Scharff:
I mean the shift is explicitly not for developers imo, people using JAMStack for professional reasons usually are doing so because it shifts cpu use in a world where hosting costs have shifted for more and more people from monthly to by cpu minute.— Aram Zucker-Scharff (@Chronotope) September 1, 2020
On LinkedIn, Victor Coisne (VP Marketing at Strapi, an open source headless CMS), had this to say:
I think its also important to mention that for a headless CMS like Strapi JAMstack is only one use case but we are seeing many others in the field :)
Last but not least, do check out this thread by Ohad Eder-Pressman — and in particular the wager he’s entered into with WordPress chief Matt Mullenweg: