Introducing Cloudflare Pages: The Best Way to Build JAMstack Websites. With Cloudflare Pages, each commit gets its own unique URL. Preview URLs make it easier to get meaningful code reviews without the overhead of pulling down the branch. With Cloudflare Pages, all you have to do is select your repo.
Across multiple cultures around the world, this time of year is a time of celebration and sharing of gifts with the people we care the most about. In that spirit, we thought we'd take this time to give back to the developer community that has been so supportive of Cloudflare for the last 10 years.
Today, we’re excited to announce Cloudflare Pages: a fast, secure and free way to build and host your JAMstack sites.
Websites are the way we express ourselves on the web. It doesn’t matter if you’re a hobbyist with a blog, or the largest of corporations with millions of customers — if you want to reach people outside the confines of
140 280 characters, the web is the place to be.
As a frontend developer, it’s your responsibility to bring this expression to life. And make no mistake — with so many frontend frameworks, tooling, and static site generators at your disposal — it’s a great time to be in your line of work.
That is, of course, right up until the point when you’re ready to show your work off to the world. That’s when things can start to get a little hairy.
At this point, continuing to keep things local rather than committing to source starts to become… irresponsible. But then: how do you quickly iterate and maintain momentum? As you change things, you need to make sure those changes don’t get lost — saving them to source control — while keeping in sync with what’s currently deployed to production.
There are no great solutions.
If you’re in a larger organization, you might have a DevOps organization devoted to exactly that: automating deployments using Continuous Integration (CI) tooling.
Most CI tooling, however, is quite cumbersome, and for good reason — to allow organizations to customize their automation, regardless of their stack and setup. But for the purpose of developing a website, it can still feel like an unnecessary and frustrating diversion on the road to delivering your web project. Configuring a .yaml file, adding and removing commands, waiting minutes for each build to run, and praying to the CI gods at each one that these are the right commands. Hopelessly rerunning the same build over and over, and expecting a different result.
Often, hours are lost. The process stands in the way of you and doing your best work.
We think there’s a better way.
With Cloudflare Pages, we set out to simplify every step along the journey by tying deployment to your existing development workflow.
Hacker News is said to be the Holy Grail for tech folks. There’s one thing that a company, startups in particular, wants desperately: RIGHT traffic for free.
A “cold start” is the time it takes to load and execute a new copy of a serverless function for the first time. It’s a problem that’s both complicated to solve and costly to fix.
After getting my blog up and running I recently decided to add Google Analytics to it, to understand what content people were most interested in. At first this was amazing as I could see which blog posts were getting the most traction, but after a while it became a bit of a pain to log into my Google Analytics dashboard when all I wanted was to quickly see the page view count of a blog post.
Businesses need to understand serverless application with major pros and cons of serverless architecture, before deciding about serverless computing.
Apps for short news, as their name suggests, deliver content quickly, crisp yet immersive.