Today we’re incredibly excited to announce early access for Netlify Edge Handlers, making Jamstack an even more compelling approach for your most dynamic, personalized, websites and web apps.
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Announcing Netlify’s dedicated DNS network – an extra level of resilience for your sites’ DNS.
If you're hosting your site on Netlify, we'll automatically request a Let’s Encrypt SSL certificate, enabling HTTPS by default.
Protect your Netlify Forms with your own reCAPTCHA 2 site keys.
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.
Today, we’re introducing a more structured approach to declaring redirects and header rules for your projects.
Upgrading and testing Hugo 0.20 and any future release.
Learn how to use Netlify's Playground to test your header rules.
Locked Deploys help you keep stable versions of your sites in production.
The new "Deploy to Netlify" button helps you launch a new site from a template right away, just one single click required.
Netlify now detects your yarn.lock files and stores the yarn cache for reusage.
Netlify Playground will help you validate Netlify configuration files to deploy them with confidence.
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.
See the submissions for your backend-less forms directly on Netlify.
Deploy every pull request from your git repository to a unique URL.
Send deploy and form notifications to Slack from Netlify
Authenticate with GitLab and deploy sites directly from your repositories.