The recent collective return to static has challenged what is possible on edge infrastructure. We're incredibly excited to announce edge handlers in preview, a way to directly run code right from the CDN.
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All posts / Divya Tagtachian
By enabling cache management or generating build artifacts like RSS feeds, modifying builds pre-deploy enable you to optimize your code for maximum efficiency in production. In this post, Divya walks through how to optimize your environment variables based on context with the help of build …
Over the last 5 years the Jamstack ecosystem has gained widespread adoption across companies large and small. In this post, let's dive into what the future of the Jamstack holds.
Unnecessary builds can be incredibly wasteful and time consuming. In this post we dive into Netlify's ignore setting, a simple and easy way to ignore certain builds to conserve your overall build time
In a SPA, routes are client side rendered, meaning that route changes only correspond to changes in page content. In this post, we dive into enabling predictable redirect rules by diving into enforced and unenforced rules in Netlify's redirects logic.
The JAMstack isn’t really a new concept. Developers have been building sites that utilize JS, APIs and Markup in some shape or form years before the term had even been formalized. Regardless, the JAMstack’s steady rise in popularity over the last few years points to a resurgence of static …
The introduction of Vue 3 will undoubtedly change the way we write and reason about Vue moving forward. In light of this imminent change, it’s worth examining how we think about state management in Vue to embrace this upcoming change. In this post, we’ll dive into the new Composition …