Want to know more about static site generators? How to host your static website using Azure services, or how you can automate the full integration of your web code and the deployment of your site build? Either way, this series of blog posts is for you! By Rolf Schutten.
A static website is a website that is delivered in the user’s web browser exactly as it is stored, as opposed to dynamic web pages generated by a web application. Static web pages are often HTML files that are stored as files, and made available by the web server via HTTP(S).
The article covers a series of topics that includes:
- Understanding static websites
- Create your static website
This article is part of a series that also includes:
- The only guide you need for a static website in Azure — Part 2: Host your site using Azure Blob Storage. In this article, author covers how you can host your static website in Azure Blob Storage, what there is to choose from, and some basics around Content Delivery Network (CDN).
- The only guide you need for a static website in Azure — Part 3: Automate using Azure DevOps Pipelines. In this article, author covers what the Azure DevOps services are, and how to automate the build and deployment for your static website to Azure storage.
Nice and easy intro into JamStack and static websites. Good read![Read More]