Markdown is one way to manage content within the JAMstack, but is by no means the only way and I think it’s important to clarify that.
I think in most cases, people are not using markdown. Yes, many tools like Jekyll and Gatsby can be utilized with MarkDown files for content, but I think most people making JAMstack sites are using headless CMS’s and other APIs (so less tech savvy people can manage content) and grabbing the data from them either at build time or client side, and in some cases like Gatsby and Nuxt, both.
It might be worth an edit to make more clear that the possibilies of JAMstack are not limited to static site generators and markdown, but can also be accomplished with headless CMS’s, external apis, and SPAs/PWAs!
Yes that's correct I had updated the article thanks for the help :)
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