The Composable Architecture Advantage.
Composable architecture is based on the principle of API-first, ensuring that applications in the stack work with other APIs regardless of the programming language or platform they are written in. Not only the APIs are language agnostic, but if used correctly, they can be used to build a complete stack of products that work together seamlessly.
Composable vs. monoliths
Composable architecture offers a number of clear advantages such as plug-and-play, API-first, and independent development. The main advantage is that it allows you to build a complete stack of products that work together seamlessly. This is in contrast to monolithic architecture, which is based on the idea of building a complete stack of products from a single codebase. This approach is not only more difficult to implement, but it also makes it difficult to integrate with other products.
Jamstack as the foundation
Jamstack is here to stay. While composable architecture encompasses something larger than Jamstack we still believe in statically generating certain pages and assets that are deployed on a CDN, and build upon that foundation with headless, APIs and other microservices.
Only the best technology
We can help you select the products that best suit your needs and easily integrate them with other products to build your stack. That way the focus is placed on the best technology for the job, not on the technology that is available from one vendor alone.