Our primary and preferred development method is a revolutionary new architecture called the JAMstack. JAMstack web deployments are designed to make the web blazing fast, and to support the new tools and workflows used in modern web development.
All websites we develop using JAMstack are built for performance and deployed upon what is referred to as a Content Delivery Network (CDN), sometimes known as an edge network. There are no web servers to worry about and best of all cost is much lower than traditional web hosting. For small sites, the cost of deploying and hosting your website may be as little as zero!
Our website you are browsing now, currently costs us £0 in hosting fees and best of all it serves pages at supersonic speeds all around the world. We even manage all our content here via a CMS which costs us presently…You guessed it! £0, yes that is £0 per month.
This ecosystem has no limits, we can build sites integrating with many Content Management Systems and E-commerce solutions. This method of deployment will suit the likes of Blogs, Landing Pages, Portfolios, Brochure Websites, E-commerce Shops, Web Applications and many more.
Of course, every online venture is unique and has different requirements for a web presence. We evaluate your requirements and build with your vision in mind and create custom bespoke features and designs using the appropriate technology stacks and platforms. Where appropriate we also work with the likes of WordPress, WooCommerce, Shopify and many other solutions. It's all about choosing the best solution for your needs. We will never shoehorn you into a product that is not fit for purpose.
Do you want to know more about some of the popular services we provide? Then please take a look at our Web Development Services page for more information.
We look forward to working with businesses, individuals and enterprises of all shapes and sizes. You can learn more about Rokit Media and who we are by visiting our About page.
Use our Contact Page to get in touch with us now about your next web project.
Updated: 04 February, 2021