TheJam.dev is a 2-day virtual conference focused on how to build modern web applications using Jamstack, serverless and more
Jamstack 101: Getting Started with Eleventy
Sometimes you just want to get some dynamic content into some static HTML files. If you have a static, hardcoded website that’s already built, you don’t need to completely rebuild it in order to get dynamic content into it from an API such as a headless CMS. Eleventy is a great tool to do this work - even if you only need to work on one file at a time.
What you’ll need to get flying with Eleventy:
- A terminal window
- Visual Studio Code (or your favorite code editor)
- A sense of humor
- A big hot air balloon (optional)