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Building an LMS website with Next.js, discussing tech stack options including CMS vs Markdown, serverless architecture, and video hosting.

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Last updated: Feb 6, 2023
I have to build an LMS(to sell online courses) website. I would like to use
Next.js to build the frontend.I would like to build these features
1. My goal is to use content marketing and write blog articles to generate traffic -- Blog Functionality
2. My goal is to sell the premium courses with PayPal
3. My goal is to must-have free courses on my website

I need tech advice on what tech stack should I use?
1. Should I use CMS or simple plain Markdown static blog
2. Should I use serverless architecture
3. Where to host course videos (Amazon, Vimeo or any other option
4. Where to host my website like vercel, netlify
Feb 5, 2023, 10:21 AM
1. Use Sanity2. Yes
3. Mux, S3 and Vimeo all viable options
4. Vercel
Feb 5, 2023, 11:20 AM
Thank you for the response!
I just installed Sanity in my App
Which serverless framework should I use?. Netlify serverless or AWS serverless or any other option?
My preference is to start with cheap pricing. I want to generate some sales so I can afford expensive options
3. Which is the cheap video hosting from all these 3 options?
Feb 5, 2023, 11:49 AM
If you use NextJS i would recommend using Vercel as well…
Feb 6, 2023, 7:44 PM
3. Which is the cheap video hosting from all these 3 options? -> You need to look that up there… 😉
Feb 6, 2023, 7:44 PM

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