Jira teams rejoice! Now you can create Jira tickets and share feedback to Jira right from Deploy Previews.
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GitLab users, your wait is over! You can now use Netlify’s new reviewer tools to create GitLab issues and file bugs directly from Deploy Previews. Learn how in this blog post.
Learn about how Netlify and BrowserStack are partnering to create an even better developer experience.
After a huge milestone in May with Netlify’s next generation of Deploy Previews, June highlights included our biggest Headless Commerce Summit yet. You’ll also find a bunch of new product enhancements to explore. Read on to discover what’s new at Netlify!
End-to-end testing has a lot of benefits, but it can be hard to get started. Learn how to kick off end-to-end testing with deploy previews and QA Wolf.
We're fast at work making collaborating even easier. Learn how to unpin the Netlify drawer, and what else is new with collaborative deploy previews!
Choosing Netlify to power their Jamstack site allowed the small VMware team to stand up a developer portal in only three months, and triple their expectations for users in the first year.
Product updates, a new Create React App command, our FeaturePeek acquisition, enhanced Next.js support, and more! Get the TL;DR on what's new at Netlify.
Netlify acquires FeaturePeek and launches the next generation of Deploy Previews, adding collaboration tools for teams to manage feedback and deliver better web experiences.
Learn how to easily give feedback on your dev team's work with new capabilities available in Collaborative Deploy Previews, including screengrabs, videos, and annotations.
With our automatic preview deploys you get 3 ways to handle sensitive environment variables. Learn how we've improved them for even greater control.
Netlify now gives you control over which branches in your Git repository you deploy as well as how you use Deploy Previews, a snapshot of what your site will look like when its merged.
Deploy Previews are now more useful for the open source community. When you link a public repository to your site on Netlify, we’ll make the deploy logs publicly visible by default.
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.
Deploy every pull request from your git repository to a unique URL.