Every Netlify deploy triggered by a code change includes a link to its git commit, giving you insight into what changes were responsible for the latest updates on your site. Here's where to find it.
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Netlify includes the ability to handle form submissions without introducing any other infrastructure into the equation, with Netlify Forms.
Using Netlify Analytics can help you get a better understanding of how people use your sites. Here's how you can enable this feature.
Learn how you can use Netlify Dev to package and serve serverless functions in your local development environment.
Netlify Functions adds an entire serverless development and deployment pipeline to your project as part of your existing workflow. Just add files.
Netlify supports environment variables in your projects (including centrally managed team environment variables for use across all of your team's projects). Here's how you can manage them and use them in your local build environment.
Learn how you can use environment variables in Netlify's build process plus access and share them super, duper easily!
Revert your deployed changes globally in milliseconds, thanks to instant deploy rollbacks
Every time you deploy an update to your site on Netlify you'll get a unique URL for that deployment which will always take you to that specific iteration of your site. Learn where to find it.
How to quickly access the Netlify Admin application for the project you are working on, by using the Netlify CLI.
Locking deploys is helpful technique for coordinating lots of updates for a big launch or announcement. Everything can be readied and verified, and then all go live instantly at the click of a button. Learn how.
Whether you uploaded all of your site's assets, or if they were generated in Netlify's servers by your build, you can download them as a zip file. Here's how.
The Netlify command line interface can publish your web site assets to the Netlify hosting infrastructure for you with a single command. Learn how.
Netlify does so much more than providing simple and powerful hosting for your web projects. We're highlighting 31 of our favorite tools and features throughout the month of December.
Learn how you keep your environment variables coordinated with the Netlify CLI
Gatsby is a powerful tool for creating web sites and apps. Learn how to keep your builds as fast as your website with these Gatsby build optimization tips.
Get the most out of Gatsby and Netlify with a few handy tips for your setup.