Overview of the doc2.site architecture including doc2.email and doc2.live services.
The publishing process starts within Google Drive, Docs and Sheets through the doc2.site tooling Chrome Extension.
The extension calls the doc2.site API to pull the content from Google Drive to transform it into structured content JSON and stores it at the Edge.
A 3rd party framework like Astro together with a custom hosting solution can be used to retrieve the structured content JSON to deliver websites, apps etc. making doc2.site a headless CMS by default.
Alternatively, the built-in services doc2.live and doc2.email are respectively optimized to use the doc2.site API to deliver high performance websites and highly customizable emails via modern Web Platform technologies.
The code is sourced from the customer CDN but proxied and delivered through the Edge cache layer to create a faster Web Experience altogether.
Edge Storage is split up into 3 workspaces Dev, Preview and Live ensuring a clear distinction from the production environment offering the capability to test content before going live.
The doc2.live and doc2.email services proxy the code by default and therefore developers can have as many testing environments as there are branches or code repositories.
To accelerate the content previewing process, doc2.live prioritizes the Preview workspace for immediate access, while the Live workspace is prioritized for a high cache-hit ratio.