Migrating to the modern web

Wednesday March 31, 2021 | 9AM - 12PM PDT

A free online event with 3 hours of content covering modern web development and the Jamstack

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Migration simplified

Gone are the days of massive make-or-break migrations where features freeze for months as your entire application or site moves to a new platform. This seminar brings real-world experience from teams who know how to adopt a modern web architecture quickly, safely, and effectively, putting you on the fastest path possible to both better performance for your application and more productivity from your team.

Are you looking to...

  • Increase the performance of your web properties (without having to re-platform?)
  • Leave behind an older stack—without a painful period of “shut down the factory”?
  • Adopt modern technologies and tools like React, Vue, or Angular for building rich web UIs
  • Reduce the amount of infrastructure your team must own and manage for your web projects
  • Collaborate more closely across your company during development projects? On-board new developers faster?
  • Get from an old code repository to a new one, over time (the Netlify www approach)

What you’ll learn

  • Use build-time “precompute” to increase the performance of your site or application without touching the backend
  • Decouple the front end of your application so that your team can modernize your frontend tooling regardless of your tech stack
  • Use serverless technologies to glue together diverse API services
  • Bring even more data to your applications while still maintaining strict performance budget
  • Front-load performance gains so your site becomes faster—even before migration is complete
  • Transition a running application from the current repository to a new codebase using a caching CDN & reverse proxy
Reserve my spot

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Wednesday March 31, 2021 | 9AM - 12PM PDT

Summit tickets are free and open to anyone interested in joining the event. The event is perfect for engineering leaders and managers as well as front-end developers who are migrating their sites and applications to a headless architecture or starting new projects on the Jamstack.