With Netlify Dev, spinning up a local development environment that matches that of production is as easy as typing a single command. Let's walk through how easy it is to work with Netlify Dev by building a map that visualizes the best pizza in Chicago!
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Role management is an integral part of any application's authorization process. In this post, we examine the part roles play in securing your applications and how to effectively manage them.
Restricting access to your content is important to keeping your content secure from unauthorized users. In this post, we dive into how to configure role based redirects with Netlify.
Rewrite rules help determine the flow of traffic to your sites. In this post, lets walk through configuring redirect rules with your existing Netlify deploys.
For the uninitiated, integrating authentication into an application can be a confusing, if not daunting process. In this post, we dive into adding authentication into your JAMstack apps.
Authentication can be a daunting concept to grok, especially for the uninitiated. In this post, we'll dive into what authentication is and the various options you have when working with authentication in your apps.
Highlights from VueConf Toronto 2018
In this post, we cover how we built a Netlify Lambda Vue CLI plugin that integrates with existing projects to build and serve AWS Lambda functions.
In previous posts, we’ve raved about how awesome forms are, especially when you get to take full advantage of them without having to even configure a backend to handle data collection. In this post, we cover how we can turbocharge our form workflows with serverless functions.
A quick rundown on integrating Netlify forms into a Vue application.
A retrospective of one of the first international developer conference in Lagos, Nigeria.
An exploration of some of popular static site generators and a little help with finding the right tool to use on your next project.
Here’s our take on the history of static site generators, current trends, and where we see them heading moving forward (spoiler alert: look for serverless functions and headless CMSs to push the category forward).