Today, we’re introducing a more structured approach to declaring redirects and header rules for your projects.
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.
When individuals or businesses opt to use CDN services, their primary goal is to provide a delightful experience to website visitors. Ensuring a fast loading website, despite the distance between access point of the visitor and server where the website is hosted became a thing of utmost importance.
Cloudflare can do lots of great things for websites, but Netlify's features can make a pairing of the two redundant.
Learn how to use Netlify's Playground to test your header rules.
Release engineering is hard, tedious, and error prone. We help.
Why Netlify uses a dual-CDN setup, and why you should, too.
HTTP2.0 supported! Also new CDN PoPs, Canonical URLs & more!
Instant Cache Invalidation is definitively part of Netlify's rocketjuice. Learn all about it here.