One of the design goals for Netlify Dev is to be technology agnostic while still offering a magical, universal netlify dev command that “just works”. We accomplish this by using project detectors. Find out how!
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In this article, we reintroduce closures by building a tiny clone of React Hooks. This will serve two purposes - to demonstrate the effective use of closures in building our React Hooks clone itself, and also to implement a naive mental model of how Hooks work under the hood. Finally, we …
Chris Anderson talks about the origins of FaunaDB and how it works swimmingly with the JAMstack.
7 Questions about JAMstack and developer experience, with the legendary founder of GitHub
An easy way to dip your toe in the crypto waters and earn Basic Attention Tokens when people visit your site!
Netlify Functions are the best way to locally emulate and deploy a React Suspense app. Here's how.
Three game-changing software engineering paradigms, and how they relate to Netlify
Talking trends and trending talks at React Boston 2018
Presenting the first in our new interview series with leaders and innovators in Developer Experience - and who better to start with than Gatsby!
The #1 issue our users have with service workers, and how we recommend fixing it
Immutability is changing - time for an exploration of why Immer is a philosophical fit with React! Why has Immer gained so much love this year, and does it have staying power?
Many projects on Netlify are open source - we love it when folks show off with Github ribbons and corners! Here's an easy way to do it without even touching project source code - using Snippet Injection.
We had a big performance issue with rendering large server logs. Now we don't. All thanks to the DevTools Profiler.
Making it easier for people to get started contributing to open source with a visual representation of your project's dependancy graph