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Grouping Immutable Deploy Data

We recently wrapped up a UI update to the deploys page and laid our Cards on the table. This is a quick explanation of how we used Immtuable JS to display our new deploy data.


Brian Douglas wrote this on September 13, 2016

Creating a Microservice Boilerplate in Go

Microservices are great, they required a lot of rote code. Here is the template we use


Ryan Neal wrote this on September 6, 2016

A Game of Cards

Two weeks ago we released a new and improved user interface for our Deploys screen.


Rafael Conde wrote this on September 1, 2016

Introducing JAMstack Radio

Welcome to JAMstack Radio, a new podcast that discusses the JAMstack, a new way to build fast and secure apps or websites. JAMstack Radio is hosted by Brian Douglas, Developer & Advocate at Netlify. In this first episode, Brian is joined by Aaron Autrand, and Christian Schlensker to discuss the JAMstack and some of it’s best applications.


Brian Douglas wrote this on September 1, 2016

Introducing Deploy Contexts in Netlify

Deploy Contexts are the way to tell Netlify how to build your site. They give you flexibility to configure your site's build depending the context they are going to be deployed to.


David Calavera wrote this on August 30, 2016

Grouping Immutable Deploy Data

Authenticate with GitLab and deploy sites directly from your repositories.


Brian Douglas wrote this on August 24, 2016

August 22nd DDoS Learning Review

Last August 22nd our main load balancer was impacted by a DDoS attack. This is what happened and what we learned from it.


Matt Biilmann wrote this on August 23, 2016

Converting Angular to React, JSX

Converting Angular templates to React components can be straight forward if you follow a few rules and tricks.


Brian Douglas wrote this on August 17, 2016

Netlify Raises $2.1M from the founders of GitHub, Heroku, and Rackspace Cloud

Today we're happy to announce a round of seed financing for Netlify.


Matt Biilmann & Chris Bach wrote this on August 16, 2016

From Unstable to Reliable: A Release Engineering Journey

Release engineering is hard, tedious, and error prone. We help.


Ryan Neal wrote this on August 11, 2016

Don’t let your site be slow and vulnerable.