Jamstack is fast only if you make it so | Nicolas Hoizey

Critique of JavaScript-heavy frontend frameworks and useful deep-dive into the issues of using client-side scripts or libraries for webmentions. Nicolas rightfully points out that this isn't just less performant for users but also increases resource usage for the webmention.io service, which is run for free.

Sometimes, using the server-side build is enough to get data from an API and serve HTML to all visitors, which is much better for performance.

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