Easy How to Create Contact form Submissions with Netlify

Hi there, in this video, we will be using Netlify to deploy our website💠 for free a receive contact submissions📩 easily for free. 


Easy How to Create Contact form Submissions with Netlify



How to Use TypeScript in Serverless Functions on Netlify

Did you know you can use TypeScript in serverless functions on Netlify with no build step?  Tomasz Łakomy will show us how to get started!

repo: https://github.com/learnwithjason/serverless-typescript
demo: https://serverless-typescript.netlify.app/.netlify/functions/hello-typescript

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How to Use TypeScript in Serverless Functions on Netlify
Anissa  Barrows

Anissa Barrows


Deploy de projeto Angular no Netlify | Tutorial

Nesse video eu te mostro como fazer o deploy do seu projeto Angular no Netlify de forma simples e rápida utilizando o GitHub!

#tutorial #netlify #angular

Deploy de projeto Angular no Netlify | Tutorial
Erna  Herzog

Erna Herzog


Gatsby JS: Deploy Your Application to Netlify

Learn how to deploy your Gatsby application to Netlify using Github continuous deployment.

This is a single video in a series of 26 lessons. Watch the entire course at this playlist here: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLW0RabRDhwwzVNhlOgQQgw6HJzXdM1MnT

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Gatsby JS: Deploy Your Application to Netlify

How to Host a React Project in Less than 10 Minutes ⏰

In the following video we will be seeing how to host a React project in less than 10 minutes, this works with almost any React framework or Webpack configuration as long as you can create a static build out of it.

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How to Host a React Project in Less than 10 Minutes ⏰

Netlify – The Simplest Way to Develop and Deploy Web Projects

In present times, there exist several website hosting platforms. But when it comes to naming the ideal ones available out there, you cannot ignore Netlify. The platform Netlify makes it a lot convenient and easier for developers to host their websites. It is meant to simplify your web app development and hosting processes while letting you manage things without any hassle. Not only this, the solution can bring innumerable benefits to your way.

If you want to get more information about Netlify, here are the complete details of Netlify that will provide you with a better idea about the platform.

What Is Netlify, and How It Works?

Netlify is next-generation automation and web hosting platform that helps in enhancing your productivity in the best way possible. It simplifies the developers’ process to deploy as well as host a site. It is way easier for an eCommerce website development service without spending too much effort or time with its amazing features.

Netlify is a San-Francisco-based company that works on web hosting infrastructure and automation technology. The platform offers a faster way to ensure increased scalability, performance, and secure websites and apps from the local development process to advanced logic.

The website industry is rapidly changing from monolithic approaches to decoupled approaches. The developers are also storming ahead with more power than before. Therefore, the Netlify platform has been developed to offer web automation technology and web hosting where developers can build, test, and deploy websites. Not only developers but digital marketers and editors get an advantage from the platform too. The best part is Netlify is available in an affordable range.

Netlify works when it is connected to your GitHub repository that pulls the source code of the website. After, that it starts running a build process for pre-rendering all the pages of your website into static HTML. Then the resulting pages are distributed and deployed across the wide content delivery network range. Whenever a user requests to access the hosting website, it will select the nearest data centre and serve users effectively.

Main Features of Netlify are as follows:

  1. Hosting

Using Netlify, one can effectively host static websites, ensuring better performance, speed, scalability, and security. You do not need to pay to get custom domain name support. You can also stand out with HTTPS and custom domain names using Netlify. With less price, it offers various interesting services.

  1. Forms

For getting information from your users, creating forms is necessary. Fortunately, Netlify provides a submission feature to let you get users’ information through a simple lambda function.

  1. Add-Ons

The platform provides a wide range of tools and application ecosystem that is quite helpful in web app development. You can utilize add-ons like identity, forms, analytics, and partner integration for better functionality.

  1. Continuous Deployment

It is incredibly faster as well as easier in the deployment process of your website. You just need to set the initial connection between source code and site, and then it will push all the changes.

  1. Split Testing

This feature of Netlify will aid in deploying two different website versions. An eCommerce website development service should check which version works the best for the business effectively.

  1. Serverless Functions

If you are going for a static site but do not want to deal with the backend, you can use the third-part Baas solution. Even though your site is decoupled, but Netlify’s lambda functions will allow you to anything required with complete ease. For backend solutions, Netlify enables to integrate the serverless functions.

GET TO KNOW HERE Benefits of Using Netlify: https://www.rlogical.com/blog/netlify-the-simplest-way-to-develop-and-deploy-web-projects/

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Netlify – The Simplest Way to Develop and Deploy Web Projects
Easter  Deckow

Easter Deckow


Hugo Tutorial | Create a Blog from Scratch & Deploy on Netlify

This video shows you how to create a blog using Hugo - a static site generator written in Golang. You’ll learn the basics of Hugo templates, along with how to integrate Github, and finally deploy on Netlify.

Repo link: https://github.com/coralnodes/hugoblog

#hugo #scratch #netlify

Hugo Tutorial | Create a Blog from Scratch & Deploy on Netlify

Learn ReactJs - Build A React Portfolio Website + React Routing

#reactrouting #netlify #portfolio
In this video you will learn how to build and deploy a portfolio website, with react routing, netlify (re)routing and netlify hosting. It’s a simple design with a lot to offer. I do apologize because my microphone was picking up a lot of noise from outside. Thank you for understanding.
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What you will learn:

  1. ReactJs
  2. Vanilla CSS Styling
  3. React Routing
  4. Creating a custom 404 page in React
  5. Netlify Routing
  6. How to deploy a React App to Netlify

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Learn ReactJs - Build A React Portfolio Website + React Routing

Automate Headless WordPress Deployments on Content Change with WP Webhooks and Netlify

Learn how to trigger a new deployment in Netlify with build hooks whenever content changes in your headless WordPress CMS using WP Webhooks.

🧐 What’s Inside

  • 00:00 - Intro
  • 00:12 - Tools we’ll use including WordPress, Netlify build hooks, and WP Webhooks
  • 01:32 - Creating a new headless WordPress site in Next.js with Next.js WordPress Starter
  • 03:50 - Adding a new repository in GitHub with the project
  • 04:56 - Connecting GitHub repo to Netlify to deploy application
  • 06:52 - Creating a new Netlify build hook to trigger builds and deploys
  • 07:53 - Using WP Webhooks to trigger the Netlify build hook on WordPress content change
  • 09:07 - Testing webhooks with WP Webhooks and Netlify build hooks
  • 09:52 - Outro

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Automate Headless WordPress Deployments on Content Change with WP Webhooks and Netlify
YiXu Zhang

YiXu Zhang


Breaking Down Bulky Builds With Netlify And Next.js

Static Generation is great for performance — until the app gets too big and build-times go through the roof. Today, we’ll have a look at how Netlify’s fresh On-Demand Builders can fix that. Additionally, we pair it up with Next.js’ Incremental Static Regeneration for the best user and developer experience. And, of course, benchmark those results!

One of the biggest pains of working with statically generated websites is the incrementally slower builds as your app grows. This is an inevitable problem any stack faces at some point and it can strike from different points depending on what kind of product you are working with.

For example, if your app has multiple pages (views, routes) when generating the deployment artifact, each of those routes becomes a file. Then, once you’ve reached thousands, you start wondering when you can deploy without needing to plan ahead. This scenario is common on e-commerce platforms or blogs, which are already a big portion of the web but not all of it. Routes are not the only possible bottleneck, though.

A resource-heavy app will also eventually reach this turning point. Many static generators carry out asset optimization to ensure the best user experience. Without build optimizations (incremental builds, caching, we will get to those soon) this will eventually become unmanageable as well — think about going through all images in a website: resizing, deleting, and/or creating new files over and over again. And once all that is done: remember Jamstack serves our apps from the edges of the Content Delivery Network. So we still need to move things from the server they were compiled at to the edges of the network.

Jamstack general service architecture

Jamstack general service architecture (Large preview)

On top of all that, there is also another fact: data is often dynamic, meaning that when we build our app and deploy it, it may take a few seconds, a few minutes, or even an hour. Meanwhile, the world keeps spinning, and if we are fetching data from elsewhere, our app is bound to get outdated. Unacceptable! Build again to update!

#netlify #next #react #javascript #web-development

Breaking Down Bulky Builds With Netlify And Next.js
Ron  Cartwright

Ron Cartwright


Hugo Tutorial | Create a Blog from Scratch & Deploy on Netlify

This video shows you how to create a blog using Hugo - a static site generator written in Golang. You’ll learn the basics of Hugo templates, along with how to integrate Github, and finally deploy on Netlify.

Repo link: https://github.com/coralnodes/hugoblog

#hugo #netlify #golang #developer

Hugo Tutorial | Create a Blog from Scratch & Deploy on Netlify

How To Deploy React Apps To Netlify (with Functions)

In this tutorial, we’ll take a React app we previously created and deploy it to Netlify including the back end Node.js service which we’ll convert to a Netlify function.

How To Deploy React Apps To Netlify (with Functions)

  • 00:00 Introduction
  • 00:44 Overview
  • 01:49 Converting the back-end service
  • 02:29 Creating the Netlify Function
  • 06:38 Running Netlify Functions locally
  • 08:44 Configuring React to use the Netlify Function
  • 12:20 Deploy React app to Netlify
  • 15:48 Conclusion

So in a previous tutorial, we created a Recipe search app (https://morioh.com/p/9205a3a5d7a0) that had a backend service to proxy requests to a 3rd party API. This is fine when running locally but how do you publish this kind of app (that has a backend) to a live site?

You can easily publish a React app to GitHub pages (https://morioh.com/p/4b95536384e0) but this will only handle the static, front-end content so we’ll use the Netlify functions feature to rewrite our backend service.

In the tutorial we’ll take a previous project and convert the back end Node.js service to a Netlify function using the netlify-lambda package and then link this to our React app using a proxy service.

Once we’ve got our app up and running locally again, we’ll publish the app to Netlify to make it live.

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How To Deploy React Apps To Netlify (with Functions)

How to Access React Environment Variables on Netlify

You’ve just completed the development of your latest React application, and you’re all set to share it with the rest of the world. The only thing left standing in your way is deploying the application.

There are dozens of ways to accomplish this, but this article will guide you on how to host your application on Netlify, as well as how to properly configure any frontend Environment Variables.

What is an Environment Variable?

Environment Variables are variables that are defined outside of your program and are made up of a name/value pair. You can then reference the name of the variable anywhere in your code in order to access its value.


  • Install react-dotenv npm package
  • Your application is properly synced to a Github repository
  • You have a  Netlify account

Hosting Your Project

Go ahead and login to your Netlify account, then navigate to the Team Overview tab. Click on the button to add a New site from Git. Select GitHub from the available providers, and this should prompt you to allow GitHub to access your credentials. Once logged in, you can search for your repository, select the branch to deploy, and configure the build settings. For now, we can leave the build settings alone and click Deploy site, but we’ll return to this a bit later once we’ve properly configured react-dotenv in our application.

Configure ‘react-dotenv’ library in your React application

With react-dotenv installed, let’s go into the package.json file and make the following edits. The "scripts" key should include react-dotenv as part of the "start" and "build" commands, as shown below:

"scripts": {

  "start": "react-dotenv && react-scripts start",
  "build": "react-dotenv && react-scripts build",
  "test": "react-scripts test",
  "eject": "react-scripts eject"

#javascript #react #web-development #programming #netlify

How to Access React Environment Variables on Netlify
Ayla  Wunsch

Ayla Wunsch


How We Built Our Website with React Hooks

In this video, I’ll explain how we used React Hooks, Gatsby, Styled Components, Contentful, Netlify and Firebase.


  • React Hooks
  • Starting Template with Gatsby
  • Layout using Styled Components
  • CMS on Contentful
  • Auth and Firestore on Firebase
  • Deploying on Netlify
  • Performance and PageSpeed
  • Syncing between iOS and Web
  • How we organize our files
  • Custom Hooks

⚛️ React Hooks: https://reactjs.org/docs/hooks-intro.html
👩‍💻 VSCode: https://code.visualstudio.com
🍱 Gatsby: https://www.gatsbyjs.com
🎨 Styled Components: https://styled-components.com
✍️ Contentful: https://www.contentful.com
🚀 Netlify: https://www.netlify.com
🚄 PageSpeed: https://developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights
🎨 Figma design tool: https://www.figma.com
🍔 Illustrations: https://shape.so
🤳 Phone Mockups: http://angle.sh

#react #gatsby #netlify #firebase #web-development

How We Built Our Website with React Hooks
Dolly  Yost

Dolly Yost


How to Deploy SvelteKit to Netlify

In this video we look at how to deploy a SvelteKit project to Netlify. The steps are straightforward and overall a great experience to go from local app to hosted deployment in a matter of minutes. The SvelteKit Netlify adapter provides both client and server functionality by taking advantage of Netlify’s serverless functions offering.

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How to Deploy SvelteKit to Netlify