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Creating a simple site with Enterspeed & Vanilla JS

In this tutorial, we’re going to see how we can set up a simple site using Enterspeed and (vanilla) JavaScript. We've made a demo website, which has a list of blog posts.


The demo website is made as a simple SPA (Single Page Application) that renders everything client-side. Internal links only work by "clicking on them" and not by visiting the URL directly (this also includes refreshing and using the history back-button).

The demo website is purely for illustration purposes. We recommend using a production-ready framework like Next.js for your actual project.

You can choose to clone the project from Github and build this example site, or you can choose to start from scratch and build your own.

To get started you’ll need:

  • An Enterspeed account (sign up here)
  • An environment to run the application (this can be done locally).

If you don’t want to run it locally, we suggest using Netlify or Vercel (both have a free tier available).