A guide to the first steps of adding serverless functions to your Angular application using Netlify Functions.
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Honestly, .NET devs were second-class citizens in the Jamstack world for too long. Learn how to start building your next project with Statiq - .NET based static site generator.
Learn more about career advancement within Netlify’s Engineering Team. Gain insights into the two tracks: advancing into management, or advancing as an individual contributor.
Algolia's team developed a custom Netlify build plugin that indexes sites for search after a deploy is successful. This post is a deep dive into their process and includes insights for developers who are curious about rolling their own custom plugins on the Netlify build infrastructure.
Distributed teams can keep up morale and team-building with pair and mob coding. Let us tell you all about the parts we like!
We are still very excited about the Vue Composition API. So in this post, we'll explore how it works, build an event registration form and hook it up with a serverless function to submit the form.
You might have heard about serverless functions, but have you heard about background functions? They're a new kind of serverless functions that can run up to 15 minutes!
The Developer Experience organization at Netlify is quite unique. In this post, we talk through the structure of the organization, how we work, who we are, and some of our team strategies.
Description: The DX team was so excited to share the Jamstack Explorers learning platform that we stayed up all night...and then recorded a podcast.
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!
Description: Want to learn about the Jamstack without using your eyes? Well, we've got an audiobook just for you!
We posted a lot on the Netlify blog this month. Take a look at the Blogvent posts you might have missed!
Take a look back at some of the features and announcements Netlify made in 2020. A continued focus on how developers and enterprises work together on advancing the web.
If you want to use GraphQL in your apps, most tutorials have you install Apollo, URQL, or other GraphQL clients. But you only need the Fetch API!
We loved our time at Reactathon, even when our discussions were... very serious.
Want to use AMP in your Next.js projects? Want to know more about what AMP is? Learn both now!
Want to add useful, fun, or experimental plugins and presets to your Next.js projects? Here's how!
Children in React have a changing data structure, there's multiple ways to use them, and they have a module. Let's deep dive into how to use them!
Where and how do I call an API in Next.js? How does getStaticProps work? Can I mix and match build time and runtime? Learn all of this and more in this post.
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.
Announcing the Netlify technology partners program. By partnering with Netlify, technology vendors can promote their solutions to more than 1,300,000 businesses and developers.
Today we celebrate and announce the Netlify Technology Partners Program for enterprise technology vendors working with Netlify to bring the Jamstack architecture to more enterprise web teams.
Check out this Netlify changelog article to get the latest product news from Netlify as of November 2020.
Next.js collects telemetry data by default. Here's how to disable that!
Curious about the new Web Monetization W3C proposal? Here's how to implement it in your projects with Netlify Snippet Injection!
Where are my logs? Next.js is a hybrid framework, so depending on where you call console.log(), the results could be in different spots.
Want to get your CodePen work onto Netlify? Here's how to do it in a snap!
Learn what React Strict Mode is, and how to implement it across your Next.js applications!
Klépierre, a large European retailer, migrated from a monolithic Sitecore architecture on Azure to headless Sitecore on the Jamstack, using Uniform and Netlify. Working with digital agency Proximity, learn how they launched 98 new properties in 6 months.
Both Next.js and Netlify come with built-in support for environment variables. Here's how to use them!
Ever wanted to apply global styles across your Next.js application? Here's how!
On this episode of Remotely Interesting, Cassidy, Jason, Phil, Sarah, and Tara discuss passion & programming.
Why have a boring default error page when you can spruce it up? Next.js has a custom static 404 page built right into the framework. Here's how to use it.
At Netlify, to ensure a better experience for all our users, we consider accessibility to be part of every developer's responsibility. Here's how we test for it in our workflow.
Today we're excited to bring you a build plugin for deploying Next.js on Netlify, making it faster and easier than ever before to get your sites deployed.
Absolute imports can save the day when you have to deal with project organization and multiple levels of folders.
If you're interested in pair or mob programming with your team but you aren't sure if it's the right fit for you, here's a bunch of answers to common questions to help you make your decision.
Check out the 'Meet our Netlifolks' series, a collection of interviews designed to give you a peek into our day to day & introduce you to the Netlifolks who build our products!
Sometimes you need what's called an "escape hatch" to access certain browser properties and methods in a Next.js application. Here's how to make one!
GraphCMS, the GraphQL Headless CMS, have just launched their Netlify integration. Netlify users can now build and deploy their Netlify sites and apps from within the GraphCMS UI itself. Check out this guest post from their team on how to try it out.
React Fast Refresh is the latest and greatest way to load components in vanilla React, Next.js 10+, Gatsby, and more!
Next.js allows you to both server-side render and statically generate websites. Why would you choose one over the other? Read and find out!
One of the most popular speakers from Jamstack Conf will be sharing an update on Teespring’s journey to the Jamstack. Check it out!
Ever wondered how you should manage state information across your Next.js applications without installing anything extra? Look no further!
Learn how to deploy Next.js sites to Netlify! Take advantage of Next features like dynamic routes and Preview Mode while keeping the power of Netlify.
Mall operator Klépierre worked with Proximity to overhaul their web presence. With a headless Sitecore CMS and Netlify, they reduced spend and delivered performant sites
Join our Jamstack Explorers community program, a learning platform to help you get more expertise in the Jamstack. Plus check out how to engage with the Netlify community.
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At Jamstack Conf the ACLU explained how it leveraged the Jamstack to support incremental and flexible web development, including building a new site for the 2020 election.