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Discussion on: A First Look at Remix.run

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Nader Dabit Author

I think that Jamstack is starting to become an outdated term, especially with the advancements you're seeing that move out of the static world and into the hybrid world (though I'm sure the people making $ off of Jamstack will probably evolve their "definition" to suit their needs). I think that something like Remix would be ideal as a replacement for something like a traditionally server-rendered site that has highly dynamic data and a lot of routes. So maybe for instance a replacement for a rails, python, or PHP site. I don't think it really competes with Next.js as it doesn't offer SSG (this is of course just my take).

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Damian Esteban

I could not agree more :).

By the way, what do you think of Next.js 10?

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K

What do you mean by outdated?

I had the impression that JAMStack always was hybrid (CSR+SSG).

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Nader Dabit Author

I think that most people consider only SSG to be Jamstack (but some consider Next.js to also be, even with the hyvbrid approach), and have read stuff from people at Netlify (like this post) that drive that message home, but I think they'll be evolving that definition IMO as the modern web continues to evolve.

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K

I see.

Thanks for your insights :)