7 Questions about JAMstack and developer experience, with the legendary founder of GitHub
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When it comes to things like eCommerce, real-time data, or websites with hundreds of thousands of pages, static site build times can get way out of hand and quickly become unrealistic. If static sites and the JAMstack are to take over the world, this has to change. Here's why you need …
Rewrite rules help determine the flow of traffic to your sites. In this post, lets walk through configuring redirect rules with your existing Netlify deploys.
Ghost CMS embrace the JAMstack and announce their move to being a decoupled CMS
A multilingual site showcasing an extensive repository of projects to help people get started building and coding with their Raspberry Pi computers.
Tim Kadlec writes about the ethical implications of performance on the web
An impressive example of a progressive web application which demonstrates both performance and power in the browser.
Hopper's excellent multilingual JAMstack site, hosted on Netlify
Announcing Netlify’s dedicated DNS network – an extra level of resilience for your sites’ DNS.
Zapier released their Fastest Growing Apps of 2018 report, ranking Netlify as the third most popular of all integrations launched in the last year.
For the uninitiated, integrating authentication into an application can be a confusing, if not daunting process. In this post, we dive into adding authentication into your JAMstack apps.
Announcing a better GitHub integration via GitHub Apps.
How to deploy Netlify sites with AWS Cloudformation, SAM, and the Serverless Framework
We introduced a small feature to our build-image: a lingering process monitor
Authentication can be a daunting concept to grok, especially for the uninitiated. In this post, we'll dive into what authentication is and the various options you have when working with authentication in your apps.
Announcing IPv6 support on the Netlify Application Delivery Network
Highlights from VueConf Toronto 2018
Looking for more ways to automate your workflow? Learn more about the Zapier-Netlify integration that connects you and your Netlify site to 1,000+ apps.
An easy way to dip your toe in the crypto waters and earn Basic Attention Tokens when people visit your site!
Netlify interview process resulted into helping the open source community.
Part One of a Multi-Part Series on Building a Community for Netlify.
Netlify Functions are the best way to locally emulate and deploy a React Suspense app. Here's how.
GitHub and Contentful bring so much to JAMstack_Conf as the platinum sponsors. Here's why.
Dropbox as CMS?! Why not? Every new file, every save action, can update your site, turning your Dropbox into one lean, mean, content machine!
Protect yourself against the worst type of app-level attacks via Intrinsic runtime policies
Netlify announced they have raised an additional $30m led by Kleiner Perkins' Mamoon Hamid with Andreessen Horowitz and the founders of Slack, Yelp, GitHub and Figma participating.
We have exciting news: fueled by that developer faith in us (thank you!), we’ve raised $30M in additional funding with Kleiner Perkins, Andreessen Horowitz, and the founders of Slack, Yelp, GitHub and Figma all participating.
Learn how to suppress the automated build and deploy process, with deploy skipping in Netlify continuous deployment
Three game-changing software engineering paradigms, and how they relate to Netlify
Talking trends and trending talks at React Boston 2018
In this post, we cover how we built a Netlify Lambda Vue CLI plugin that integrates with existing projects to build and serve AWS lambda functions.
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
In previous posts, we’ve raved about how awesome forms are, especially when you get to take full advantage of them without having to even configure a backend to handle data collection. In this post, we cover how we can turbocharge our form workflows with functions.
Learn how to use the popular node express.js framework with functions on Netlify.
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?
Welcome to the Netlify CLI! The new 2.0 version was rebuilt from the ground up to help improve the site building experience.
A quick rundown on integrating Netlify forms into a Vue application.
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.
Announcing the release of Deploy Summaries. Helping you to understand the status of your deploys even better.
October 29th–30th 2018 brings the premier event to learn how to design, develop, and deploy fast, modern web projects that run without web servers.
We had a big performance issue with rendering large server logs. Now we don't. All thanks to the DevTools Profiler.
Our annual look at the top 10 static site generators according to their popularity on GitHub.
Making it easier for people to get started contributing to open source with a visual representation of your project's dependancy graph
Wildcard certificates comes to Netlify bringing easy HTTPS to your subdomains. Here's a look at what was needed to make this happen, along with some help from our friends at Let's Encrypt.
A retrospective of one of the first international developer conference in Lagos, Nigeria.
Using Netlify to host your project's status page with some help from cState
BitBalloon becomes Netlify Drop. Still the same simple way to deploy a site via drag and drop, but now with access to the more powerful features of Netlify.
An exploration of some of popular static site generators and a little help with finding the right tool to use on your next project.