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As most of you might not get heard the term JAMstack, it's getting common as it makes the development phase simpler. It makes a light paradigm shift for the platorms like Wordpress to the headless CMS, so that allows their users to build their interfaces, independent from any backend architecture or relying on any backend framework.

Aside from it's implementation with it's technical considerations, has any of you ever tested performances or any aspect on user experiences of the same site while both statically and dynamically hosted?

It should be a rare situation to create exact same sites in most cases but apart from any special technology, I'd learn if serving a static website has any advantages/disadvantages agains dynamically hosted websites as a performance metrics?

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