Static websites are hardly a new concept. The early days of the world wide web were mostly static HTML webpages before Common Gateway Interface enabled dynamic websites that were running server-side scripts.
However, recently there has been a resurgence in the popularity of static websites, with developers focusing explicitly on the speed and performance of a webpage that provides simple services, like landing pages and business profiles.
Netlify has been one of the most popular tools for site hosting, with exceptional features like 1-click rollback and split testing. Here, we compare it against Amplify, which is a part of Amazon Web Services.
If you are looking a hosting platform for your project, continue reading as we compare the pros and cons of each of these offerings, so that you can make an informed decision.Read More