Netlify’s CEO Matt Biilmann delivered a lightning talk for React Summit called “Keeping It Simple.” You can replay the talk now or keep reading for a few tidbits and takeaways!
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Render content on demand without giving up the benefits of the Jamstack! Today, we’re announcing a beta release of our Essential Next.js plugin to support On-demand Builders, helping you build large Next sites faster.
Minimize Hugo build times by automatically caching Hugo resources after each Netlify build.
Distributed Persistent Rendering: a new idea in the Jamstack to make deploys faster and bring a wider range of use cases.
The terms "immutable deploys" and "atomic deploys" can be confusing. Let's define each of those and call out why they are important and beneficial to an efficient and reliable development workflow.
Gain greater control over your team's build queue with the ability to prioritize a build
Netlify now supports self-hosted instances of GitHub Enterprise & GitLab! Learn how you can start shipping with Netlify today!
Your Netlify builds just got better with improved logging. Get deeper insights into what’s happening in your builds for an even better experience!
In part 3 of the `What is a Netlify Build Plugin` we'll go over how to share your lovely build plugins and find other plugins in the community!
In part 2 of the `What is a Netlify Build Plugin` we'll create a plugin that touches every build events and utilizes some features like inputs, contestants and the build util for error handling.
Unnecessary builds can be incredibly wasteful and time consuming. In this post we dive into Netlify's ignore setting, a simple and easy way to ignore certain builds to conserve your overall build time
Saving build minutes and increasing efficiency with automatic deploy skipping
Upgrading and testing Hugo 0.20 and any future release.
Netlify now detects your yarn.lock files and stores the yarn cache for reusage.
How we build your site, what can go wrong, and how to fix it