TheJam.dev is a 2-day virtual conference focused on how to build modern web applications using Jamstack, serverless and more
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)