With a traditional Content management system (CMS), the workflow looks something like this. A developer writes the program and sends it to a server close to where the website lives. When a person accesses the site, any action they perform has to go on a return trip to this server and back again.
With Cobiro's websites built on JAMstack, the content is static in the form of pre-generated files, which are then distributed via a Content Delivery Network (CDN).
How CDNs work?
CDNs bring everything closer to your website visitors, with the files that make up your site deployed to servers as near to where they’re based as possible. With this reduction in distance comes a faster load time. But that’s not all. Because your content has been pre-built, complex applications and databases are removed from the equation.
When it comes to keeping your customers interested, speed is crucial. A 2-second delay in load time can result in abandonment rates of up to 87%, just to provide some context. Fewer customers mean fewer sales.
Cloudflare’s CDN is included across Cobiro’s free and paid plans. Whether you’re a sole trader, a startup, an agency, or an enterprise, you can benefit from its world-beating performance and security infrastructure instantly. No installation or setup is required.
You can read more about CDN in our blog here: What is a CDN