Thanks for the tip Meghan. Another team at my workplace does use Netlify for static website mockups, but I'm not quite sure about their offerings for dynamic sites... Their marketing copy mentions dynamic sites, but their docs seem to mention my-static-website extensively...
Remember that a static front end doesn't have to mean a "static" user experience. A single page front end application consisting of HTML, CSS, and JS can very still be dynamic, data driven, and engaging without sacrificing whole page cache-ability. This is my architecture of choice for all consumer-facing sites.
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