Since we first evaluated JAMstack, we've seen more and more web applications of this style. However, when the infrastructure for building traditional dynamic websites and back-end services is too heavy for JAMstack, our teams choose Vercel. Vercel is a cloud platform for static site hosting. More importantly, it provides a seamless workflow for developing, previewing and shipping JAMstack sites. The configuration for the deployment is quite simple. By integrating with GitHub, each code commit or pull request could trigger a new website deployment that has a URL for preview, which greatly accelerates development feedback. Vercel also uses CDN to scale and speed up production sites. It's worth mentioning that the team behind Vercel also supports another popular framework, Next.js.