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Buy and secure a custom domain through Netlify

Purchase a custom domain through Netlify and we'll automatically configure your site with DNS and HTTPS.


Bret Comnes wrote this on June 19, 2018

Bring your own reCAPTCHA to Netlify Forms

Protect your Netlify Forms with your own reCAPTCHA 2 site keys.


David Calavera wrote this on May 23, 2018

Netlify now shows your deploy status on its favicon

A short introduction to Netlify's status favicons, and the process and ideas behind their creation.


Bret Comnes & Rafael Conde wrote this on May 22, 2018

How Netlify migrated to a fully multi-cloud infrastructure

Learn how Netlify migrated to a fully multi-cloud infrastructure.


Ryan Neal wrote this on May 14, 2018

Node.js 8.10 now available in Netlify functions

Netlify's AWS Lambda integration now includes support for Node.js 8.10


Phil Hawksworth wrote this on April 3, 2018

JAMstack architecture on Netlify: How Identity and Functions work together

In this tutorial we'll take a deeper look at how to use Functions together with Netlify’s Identity feature to access and update user data, and allow your users to send you a message that you receive directly on Slack. All it takes is a little bit of glue code to bring the services together.


Matt Biilmann wrote this on March 29, 2018

Netlify's AWS Lambda functions bring the backend to your frontend workflow

Netlify now handles your AWS Lambda functions so you don't have to. Bring all the power of microservices to your site without setting up servers, writing server-side code, or managing multiple accounts.


Matt Biilmann & Chris Bach wrote this on March 20, 2018

Create your own URL shortener with Netlify's Forms and Functions

Create a URL shortener that uses your own custom domain with Netlify Functions and Forms


Phil Hawksworth wrote this on March 19, 2018

How to use split tests to give users access to private features

[Video] Did you know that you can use Netlify's split testing (beta) feature to give your users the ability to opt-in to private betas and version of your site.


Phil Hawksworth wrote this on March 2, 2018

Built on Netlify: deploy a site with Scrivito CMS

When you deploy a site that uses Scrivito CMS, you're actually deploying on Netlify. This means access to all of the workflow essentials like like continuous deployment, domain management, and HTTPS.


Mathias Biilmann wrote this on February 26, 2018

Don’t let your site be slow and vulnerable.