Need to know more about web servers, cloud environments, and caching for your content management projects? Discover what these terms mean, and more, in this article about the building blocks that are used to get your website running.
"Structured Content" is a term that get used by marketers when discussing content marketing, SEO, and other related topics. The term is broad, incorporating many activities and concepts that include defining the types of content being created, author-friendly models for each type, and a schema that translates the models into code used by developers.
I've used my website to learn a ton, but I've never honestly tried to make it "work" as a site. It's far easier to re-write a site in a somewhat superficial way than really dig in an make a site that does everything really well.
Content tech jobs require you keep up with the full stack used to build a content-focused app. A general understanding is needed of all parts, and expertise in several is preferred.
Just because you can use a browser doesn't mean you understand how web pages or "the internet" work. It's complicated.
Over the last two years I rebuilt this site using several different front-end frameworks. I'm going with NextJS because it's the best supported. While I love VueJS, Nuxt didn't work (for me) as well as Next. I'm settling in with React and Next for a few years.