Stazor Pages

Want to get into the JAMStack scene, but have too much investment, equity and experience in your Microsoft .NET stack? Want to build your Umbraco Heartcore site in .NET 5.0? Find out how you can.

Stazor (Static + Razor  = Stazor /steɪzə/) pages is a concept which has been mulling in my mind for quite some time with the advent and proliferation of JAMstack. JAMstack stands for JavaScript, APIs, and Markup. It’s a modern web development architecture based on client-side JavaScript, reusable APIs, and prebuilt Markup.

JAMstack brings with it speed, stability, scalability, security, serviceability and simplicity. While there are indisputable benefits of using JAMstack, I wanted a way to work with razor views and avoid some of those pitfalls which JAMstack introduces.


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