The "decoupled" agitation is slowly coming around. The time when web agencies sold to their clients expensive but less functional sites, using the "cool" as an argument, is slowly coming to an end. Dozens of startups with "progressive new JS frameworks" have sprung up and then meteored down. What do we have in the end, besides the clients having to rebuild their websites based on a more traditional approach now? What are the lessons? Some thoughts:
- Headless and decoupled sites, explained.
- Web agencies should have been more honest, clients - more sober over the "headless" sites.
- Most likely, you do not need a "decoupled" web site.
- The proper use of the decoupled technology.