HTTP/2 server push is a performance optimization included in version 2 of the HTTP protocol. Today, we’re enabling HTTP/2 server push for all our customers who use encrypted connections on their websites.
On July 12, we’re taking a stand, and so can you.
All of us at Netlify are proud to announce our sponsorship of Let's Encrypt, the free, automated, and open certificate authority.
The Netlify CMS documentation is colocated with the open source repository but hosted from an entirely different repository for the website. Keeping these two repositories in sync is easy with the help of Serverless webhooks and Netlify Continuous Deployment.
In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian invites Stefan Judis and Rouven Wessling to discuss Contentful, a developer friendly API-first CMS. They explain the benefits of decoupling your website’s content from its presentation, including better cross-platform support. With Contentful, you are completely free to write your site in the language you want, while the service takes care of the CMS backend, storing and versioning your data, and backing everything up.
We are excited to announce new additions to our features, Teams functionality, and a new family of plans that include an (even more) awesome free tier!
In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian invites Vincent Voyer and Emily Hayman to discuss Algolia, a hosted search as a service.
While Netlify CMS has enough functionality for many sites out of the box, some sites are going to need a setup geared specifically for their use case. This post is the first in a series designed to give a straightforward look at extending the CMS - starting with creating custom widgets.
Georges and Charles show that with Snipcart, a shopping cart that can be injected into a website with just a few lines of code.