News & Announcements
Netlify Changelog: May 2022
Here’s everything that’s new from the past month!
Netlify now offers first-class support for Azure DevOps! Until now, developers could deploy projects from Azure repos on Netlify through the CLI but the full Netlify workflow wasn’t available. Now teams building websites and apps with Azure can automatically deploy to Netlify, receive deploy notifications, and preview changes with deploy previews.
Over the month of May, the Netlify team shipped a number of updates to improve the developer experience and maintain integrations with key frameworks and applications. Here are the most important changes to note:
- CLI Update: Netlify CLI v 10.4.0 introduces support for debugging edge functions
- For teams using GitLab: Personal access tokens can now be used for outgoing notifications instead of Oauth tokens which now expire every two hours
- Internationalization for Next.js: The Essential Next.js Plugin now supports next-i18next by default! Easily translate content with no extra configuration required
- New support for language-based redirects: Netlify now supports locale codes that combine language and country to target a specific dialect.
- Understanding Edge Functions: The Edge and Beyond
- How to Use the Remix Framework with Edge Functions
Thank you for building a better web with Netlify!