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Learn how to automatically run Sentry's full-stack error monitoring test suite with each Netlify deploy.
Netlify's partner program supports agencies and technologists in the Jamstack ecosystem. Learn more about the program, and our recent spring kickoff for partners.
With the Netlify Lighthouse build plugin, you don’t have to make an extra trip to the command line or Lighthouse UI. Netlify will automatically generate a Lighthouse report for every deploy.
If you’re using the Jamstack for speedy content delivery, inlining critical CSS can make your content render even faster. This community-contributed Netlify Build plugin extracts and inlines your critical above-the-fold CSS, and is built on top of the popular critical package.
With a one-click install in Netlify’s UI, the Cypress Netlify Build plugin runs an end-to-end Cypress test with each Netlify build, so you can ship with confidence without sacrificing efficiency.
This week we feature one of our most popular Netlify Build Plugins: the Gatsby Cache plugin. Netlify Build Plugins add powerful capabilities to every build. You can click to install from a directory of community plugins or create your own.
With Netlify Functions, we want you to enjoy all the same powerful workflows and abilities when building serverless functions, as with the rest of your application. Learn how.
With Netlify Build Plugins, developers can hook automations directly into the CI/CD infrastructure. Fail a build if it doesn't meet accessibility standards, audit web performance after the build, or install utilities to work with modern frameworks like Next.js. Here's a look at the Top 10 …
Did you know the Jamstack could do so much with auth? Well, let Cassidy, Jason, Phil, and Tara walk you thru JWTs, Netlify Identity, and more!
How Jamstack Explorers Was Made: Next.js, Netlify, Sanity.io, Cloundinary, Serverless Functions and More!
The DX team at Netlify recently created a free Jamstack learning platform, this post discusses some of the awesome technologies involved.
Ever thought about using components for sections of your web pages? With Slice Machine, you can build page sections, define their model, edit properties, deploy them, and deliver a visual interface that allows even your most technically challenged colleagues to easily build pages without …
Netlify recently announced Build Plugins, which allow you to customize your build process with one click from the UI, and we list the top 10 most popular Build Plugins by installs.
We asked Netlify's Developer Experience team about their favourite features to create a powerful developer workflow. Find out what they said.
Using Netlify to host your project's status page with some help from cState
We’ve started a collection of quick-start website project templates. Whether you're looking for a free Gatsby blog template or a Gulp build pipeline, we've got easy options to deploy them for free in 30 seconds.
In this episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian and Ben are joined by Cloudinary’s Robert Moseley to discuss how his and other developer tools can help free up a lot of bandwidth taken up by poorly optimized videos and images.
When you deploy a site that uses Scrivito CMS, you're actually deploying on Netlify. This means access to all of the workflow essentials like like continuous deployment, domain management, and HTTPS.
In episode 25 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Johannes Schickling and Soren Bramer Schmidt, the co-founders of Graphcool, a GraphQL backend development framework. They discuss the evolution of GraphQL, the communities that surround it and its use in production.
In Ep. #24 of JAMstack Radio, Brian is joined by Trey Huffine, software engineer at Postmates, an on-demand delivery service based in San Francisco. The pair discusses the pros and cons of server-side rendering and the joys of React. Stick around for the latest picks!
At Netlify we ask our users to leverage build tools so we may assist in the deployment of your project and this post will provide the context of what we actually mean by this. These tools package your project into a bundle that’s ready for deployment. They not only create a …
There are build tools like webpack, gulp, and browserify, but no one knows how to really use them. The confusion to how these tools work prevents users from doing a deep dive and understanding build tools. I am looking answer the why behind build tools by revealing the key features you can …
In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio Brian invites Kyle Mathews, founder of Gatsby, onto the show to discuss the project. Gatsby is a framework that lets you build entire websites using React.js. Kyle describes what motivated him to build Gatsby and compares Gatsby with Jekyll, …
Service Workers in the browser are getting a lot of attention lately, but what exactly are they? If you don’t mind I will do my best to answer that question and explain exactly you can do with them in the words to come.
Hear Jeff Escalante at Carrot Creative talk about Spike, a next-generation static site generator. It is built on top of webpack, and has a foundation of html, css, and js parsers that accept plugins to transform the output. It’s fast, actively developed, and very data-friendly, you don't …
In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian invites Stefan Judis and Rouven Wessling to discuss Contentful, a developer friendly API-first CMS.
In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian invites Vincent Voyer and Emily Hayman to discuss Algolia, a hosted search as a service.
Georges and Charles show that with Snipcart, a shopping cart that can be injected into a website with just a few lines of code.
In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian invites Johannes Schickling and Eli Williamson to discuss Graphcool, a flexible backend platform combining GraphQL & AWS Lambda.
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).
Adding search to JAMstack sites is a new thing for me but not a new thing for Algolia. Algolia is a hosted search tool that provides lightning fast search results. I decided to give Algolia a try for our new Netlify CMS documentation and discovered their DocSearch solution.
In the latest episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian invites Sashko Stubailo and Jonas Helfer from Meteor to discuss Apollo, a set of tools developed to make GraphQL easier to use.
Upgrading and testing Hugo 0.20 and any future release.
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.
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.
Progressive Web Apps have everyone interested in improving React's performance and footprint.
In this episode of JAMstack Radio, Brian Douglas and Mathias Biilmann of Netlify are joined by Serverless’ Nik Graf, co-creator of DraftJS Plugins. On the agenda for this discussion is the emergence of new and better rich-text editors, and how React has changed the game for front-end …
GraphQL is an open source query language from Facebook to connect APIs to Frontend applications. GraphQL provides a complete and understandable description of the data in your API and gives clients the power to ask for exactly what they need and nothing more.
In the sixth episode of JAMstack Radio, Netlify’s Brian Douglas and Cassandra Salisbury are joined by Airbnb Frontend Engineer Harrison Shoff for a discussion on linters, what makes for a good style guide and why they are so important for growing engineering teams.
We sat down with Kyle Daigle, manager on the API team at GitHub to chat about how they implement GraphQL into their API at GitHub.
Brian talks with Matt Biilmann, the Co-founder and CEO of Netlify, about the origins of the term JAMstack and the massive changes in web infrastructure over the past decade that have made this new stack possible.
Deploy React apps easily with Netlify.
GatsbyJS creator Kyle Mathews talks about his love for developing with ReactJS
Thomas Reynolds talks to Netlify about Middleman, Git and developing with modern web tools.