Netlify is an all-in-one platform for automating modern web projects. Replace your hosting infrastructure, continuous integration, and deployment pipeline with a single workflow. Integrate dynamic functionality like serverless functions, user authentication, and form handling as your projects grow.
To get started with Netlify, learn how to create deploys. Options for creating deploys range from connecting a Git repository for continuous deployment to publishing a site folder with drag and drop. Use the Deploy to Netlify button on our JAMstack templates to create a Git repository linked to a Netlify site that you can experiment with.
Explore our documentation to learn about Netlify products and features. Here are some highlights from each section of the docs:
Configure builds – Netlify can run your build command and deploy the result whenever you push to your Git repo. Get started with basic build settings, learn about managing build dependencies, and explore additional options available with file-based configuration.
Domains & HTTPS – Register a new domain in the Netlify UI, or use a domain you already own, to assign a custom domain to your site. Either way, you can have Netlify handle DNS management for you. We provide free automatic HTTPS on all sites.
Large Media – Get the benefits of Git version tracking for large files without bloating your repository. Use dynamic image transformations so you can upload images at full resolution, then serve the exact size you need when you need it.
Partner add-ons – Learn how to work with add-ons to connect third-party APIs and other microservices to your JAMstack projects on Netlify, discover what partner add-ons are currently available, or make your own add-on.
CLI – You can use Netlify's command line interface to deploy sites or configure continuous deployment. Netlify Dev brings the functionality of your Netlify production environment directly to your local machine.
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Tutorials – Explore the tutorials on our blog for step-by-step guides on Netlify features, and to learn more about the JAMstack and the future of web development.
Community – Visit the Netlify Community to discuss ideas and questions with Netlify staff and your fellow Netlify users.
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