With Branch Deploys, you can say goodbye to the headaches of replicating your build and hosting environments for staging, testing, production and so on. Branch, push, done.
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What is a Git-based CMS? This article explores the new type of content management system that is enabling Git workflows for content editors.
Supporting monorepos has been a long-standing feature request among our customers. Before today, there was no easy way to use the same repository and deploy it across multiple Netlify sites.
Netlify isn't *only* about JAMstack - there are a host of other design principles that inform the developer experience and product strategy users know and love. **Git-Centric Workflow** is a core philosophy embraced by Netlify, and listed as a [JAMstack Best …
Netlify Large Media — a service built on top of Git LFS to enable you to manage all of your project's assets, including those large media files, all together in your git repo.
Announcing the release of Netlify CMS v2.0, with new BitBucket support and an improved project architecture designed to ease contribution and the extension of features.
A CMS that is open-source but fully-featured and production-ready, that’s as easy to customize as it is to use, and that developers and content editors can build a community around.
Deploy every pull request from your git repository to a unique URL.
Authenticate with GitLab and deploy sites directly from your repositories.
Support for automatic builds with Clojure & Leiningen. Gitlab & self-hosted Git repo support & more.