The Jamstack allows the pre-building of pages to improve load speed. While its code is pre-built, a static site consumes content dynamically via APIs. The integration of Magnolia and Netlify enables a full Jamstack implementation with Magnolia as visual experience manager and headless CMS.
Netlify & Magnolia
Popular Use Cases
In a headless architecture content and presentation are decoupled. This means that page templates are no longer stored in the CMS. The integration of Magnolia and Netlify enables authors to visually manage experiences in Magnolia while allowing developers to manage and host their site’s code in git. By triggering a Netlify site build, the publication workflow unites content and presentation delivering modern web projects.
Web content management
Traditional web content management benefits from pre-rendering to improve load speed. The integration of Magnolia and Netlify enables authors to visually manage experiences in Magnolia and to build and deploy sites to Netlify’s network in the publication workflow.