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At Amazee Labs, we’re experts in decoupled web development using Drupal and frontend technologies such as React and Gatsby. Decoupled projects can mean independent Drupal backends, modern frontend web apps or any combination of both working together as full-stack applications. In the first part of this blog series, we explored the advantages of headless Drupal and its applications to various industries. Now we’ll take a look at the frontend advantages of decoupled projects as well as examples where a fully decoupled website can meet all the needs of an elegant complex website.