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Adding Algolia DocSearch to Netlify CMS

Adding search to JAMstack sites is a new thing for me but not a new thing for Algolia. Algolia is a hosted search tool that provides lightning fast search results. I decided to give Algolia a try for our new Netlify CMS documentation and discovered their DocSearch solution.


Brian Douglas wrote this on April 25, 2017

Creating a blog with Middleman and Netlify CMS

Getting started is often the easy part, but staying consistent is where most aspiring bloggers fall short. At Netlify we sought out to help solve this with an open source solution, Netlify CMS.


Brian Douglas wrote this on April 20, 2017

Clean up promise handling with resolvePromiseProperties

resolvePromiseProperties allows you to take an object which has promises as some of its properties and get a promise that resolves to an object where all the promises are replaced with their resolved value.


Benaiah Mischenko wrote this on April 18, 2017

Exploring GraphQL Through Apollo

In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian invites Sashko Stubailo and Jonas Helfer from Meteor to discuss Apollo, a set of tools developed to make GraphQL easier to use.


Brian Douglas wrote this on April 13, 2017

Netlify Plus Hugo 0.20 and Beyond

Upgrading and testing Hugo 0.20 and any future release.


David Calavera wrote this on April 11, 2017

Selective Password Protection

How to set up Password protection for specific deploys


Chris McCraw wrote this on April 7, 2017

Design Series: Our App's New Color Palette

Today we are going to address the color palette chosen to paint our backgrounds, our buttons, which gives our app it's look and feel.


Rafael Conde wrote this on April 6, 2017

Feeling Helpful?

We're looking for another support engineer to join our team!


Chris McCraw wrote this on April 4, 2017

Learning JavaScript with Free Code Camp

Discuss Free Code Camp’s ‘self study together’ approach that has grown their community


Brian Douglas wrote this on March 29, 2017

Why You Don't Need Cloudflare with Netlify

Cloudflare can do lots of great things for websites, but Netlify's features can make a pairing of the two redundant.


Brian Douglas wrote this on March 28, 2017

Don’t let your site be slow and vulnerable.