In this 3rd instalment of our walkthrough of creating CMS-driven static sites, we’re going to dive into a very powerful and common use-case - creating an e-Commerce site. In this case, we’re going to enable people to buy premium templates from the Hammerformac Gallery.Read More
We’re going to pick up where we left off with our last tutorial, in which we converted our entirely static Hammer website template gallery to an API-first CMS driven list of templates, using the workflow I described in an earlier post.
In this tutorial we’re going to go a level deeper in the information architecture, by generating new content at build-time - a template details page, in our case - which will be added to our project and linked to from our gallery list.Read More
Follow us as we convert the Hammer Gallery page into a CMS driven static site, with continuous deployment workflow. It's the perfect way to understand just what sort of possibilities await us in the "post-cms" era and micro-services can combine to revolutionise how you build your websites from now on.Read More
This in depth tutorial will show you how you can build a super fast, server-less React.js web app with dynamic data served from Parse.com. We'll build it with Hammer, Host it with Forge and locally, use Anvil for our development environment - a real example of the power of our tools.Read More