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How To Get Involved in Hacktoberfest

Hacktoberfest has begun! Check out the details of Hacktoberfest, learn how to get involved, and see which Netlify CMS issues need your help.


Cassandra Salisbury wrote this on October 3, 2017

Netlify CMS Planning: Working in Sprints

Check out what's been happening in the open source project, Netlify CMS and what's in store for the future!


Cassandra Salisbury wrote this on September 28, 2017

Learning Review for Build Network Outages in September 2017

We had 3 outages in early-mid September 2017. This post describes the causes and what we're doing to prevent future similar situations.


Chris McCraw wrote this on September 27, 2017

How to Build a Serverless, SEO-friendly React blog

In this tutorial we are going to show you how to build a serverless, SEO-friendly CMS-powered blog using React, ButterCMS, and Netlify.


Roger Jin wrote this on September 26, 2017

Form Handling with the JAMstack and Netlify

A look at how to integrate basic HTML form handling with notifications and Zapier integration within Netlify.


Brian Rinaldi wrote this on September 19, 2017

Netlify CMS and the Road to 1.0

The Road to 1.0 for Netlify CMS will be fast-paced and exciting. We invite you to participate as a contributor and to see what we've accomplished so far!


Cassandra Salisbury wrote this on September 14, 2017

Introducing Built-in Identity Service to Streamline User Management

Now use Netlify’s Identity service to manage and authenticate users without building your own solution or managing additional integrations.


Matt Biilmann & Chris Bach wrote this on September 7, 2017

Elm: A Well Built Compile to JavaScript Language

We have been using Elm at Netlify for almost a year now in our Redirects Playground as well as our Context Explorer tool to help us know whether the site you are viewing is a deploy preview or branch deploy. In this episode of JAMstack Radio, I am happy to be joined with Richard Feldman and Brooke Angel from NoRedInk, a product that focuses on building stronger writers through an internet-based curriculum. They are also big fans of Elm as well. We delve into Elm and how the team at NoRedink leverage it as well as onboard new developers using it the safety of compiler.


Brian Douglas wrote this on August 24, 2017

Don’t let your site be slow and vulnerable.