- Creating your project
- Organizing the site with templates and layouts
- Adding directory data
- Loading data dynamically with APIs
- Building pages from data
- Managing collections
- Adding pagination and navigation
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Ray] The JAMStack is part of a family of techniques for creating sites and apps called serverless, but those techniques can be a bit confusing. Hey there, I'm Ray Villalobos and in this course I'm going to show you how to create serverless sites using a static site generator called Eleventy and help you demystify the JAMStack. And we'll talk about what serverless is and why it can be faster and more secure than working with regular websites. We'll explore an OJS platform called Eleventy that gives you a fantastic engine for creating JAMStack sites. Now this is a hands on, practice based class where I'll show you how to build a JAMStack site from scratch. So if you're ready to go serverless, let's get started.
1. Getting Started
Installing Eleventy11m 59s
2. Organizing Your Serverless Site
3. Using with Site Data
4. Working with Content Features
5. Managing Collections
6. Using Pagination and Plugins
Next steps1m 55s
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