Chapter Three Writes a Recipe on Hosting Decoupled Site
Pantheon.io offers a consolidated hosting option for your CMS and Next.js front end. Companies like Chapter Three have explored various hosting options for their decoupled projects. Chapter Three has written a recipe to be tried out.
Some companies, notably Pantheon, provide extensive CMS and Next.js hosting systems.
Not all hosting platforms are configured to host a decoupled Drupal site, necessitating using a LAMP stack for the CMS and Node hosting for the Next.js front end. In August of 2022, Pantheon introduced Front-End Sites in the Pantheon Dashboard.
Front-End Pantheon Sites give users tools to let them develop a decoupled front-end that pulls data from a CMS backend.
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