The JAM Stack seems fairly new, only being promoted since 2016, and is being pushed by netlify.com, a Content Distribution Network.
Its components are:
- APIs for necessary server-side technology.
- Pre-rendered Markdown, basically html and css, rendered offline, and served statically.
RdbHost can be very useful for an application on this stack, as we provide the power of SQL databases through a browser-safe API.
We hope to see more of these apps, and hope to be part of some of them. If this technology is new to you, read the links below.
Mathias Biilman is a cofounder of Netlify.