This tutorial demonstrates how to build a CRUD backend using Netlify serverless functions and FaunaDB as the datastore.
Netlify's AWS Lambda integration now includes support for Node.js 8.10
Side projects are especially awesome when they help you solve a real-life problem. During a recent problem-solving expedition I encountered a roadblock that I’d bet prevents a lot of us developers from finishing our side projects: just because a solution is possible, doesn’t mean it’s affordable. If this is sounding familiar, you probably know that infrastructure can be pretty cost prohibitive, both in time and money. Here’s a look at how I used the serverless framework to ship my side project without any additional cost.
In this tutorial we are going to show you how to build a serverless, SEO-friendly CMS-powered blog using React, ButterCMS, and Netlify.
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 Ryan Scott Brown and David Wells to examine the rise of Functions as a Service (FaaS).
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.
This tutorial demonstrates how to create a Serverless project that uploads files directly to S3.
This is part two of a tutorial about the Serverless Framework - In this part we will create custom lambda functions for “Serverless Beer”, a (fictitious) craft beer company.
Finding a modern toolset to create truly fast, secure and dynamic sites has been an endless search. With JAMstack and the Serverless approach, we have just that. JAMstack sites are fast and secure by nature, and while they are static, 90% of the features that once required a custom backend can now be done entirely on the front-end. And that missing 10%? Enter Serverless.