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Smashing Magazine just got 10x faster

There was a modern web renaissance taking place and Smashing planned to be a part of it. After learning their site could be 6x faster if they took advantage of a global CDN, Smashing made the decision to choose the JAMstack and partnered with Netlify to get the job done.

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Chris Bach wrote this on March 16, 2017

Who Moved My (Cheese) Manual Deploys?

With our new User Interface, some elements were moved around. Here's how you perform a Manual Deploy.

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Rafael Conde wrote this on March 16, 2017

Introducing A New Design System

We are beginning to roll out the first of many iterations to our app‘s user interface.

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Rafael Conde wrote this on March 14, 2017

You might not need to build that script anymore

Regularly I see posts on Twitter and Medium about how a clever developer used a hand-built script to build and deploy their websites using git. I applaud the effort and determination but want to mention all others that this doesn't have to be the norm.

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Brian Douglas wrote this on March 7, 2017

To Message Bus or Not: Distributed Systems Design

Learn about a few ways that distributed systems can communicate.

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Ryan Neal wrote this on March 2, 2017

To WWW or not WWW

Your DNS Setup can have a great effect on performance and DDoS resilience.

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Matt Biilmann wrote this on February 28, 2017

Better Living Through Caching

Learn about the ins and outs of caching at Netlify.

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Chris McCraw wrote this on February 23, 2017

Shifting WordPress to the JAMstack

In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian speaks with Daniel Olson, Lead Developer at J2 Design and Shinichi Nishikawa, WordPress enthusiast and key reviewer in WordPress.org’s Theme Review Team.

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Brian Douglas wrote this on February 23, 2017

Verifying your header rules configuration

Learn how to use Netlify's Playground to test your header rules.

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David Calavera wrote this on February 16, 2017

How To Shave time Off Of Your Load Time (It’s Really, Really Easy)

Taking the right steps during the start of web development can result in faster, less bloated, scalable and more secure sites.

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Matt Biilmann wrote this on February 15, 2017

Don’t let your site be slow and vulnerable.