Dave and Chris talk about recent pandemic purchases, publishing video on the web, more sharing of convoluted processes, some menu bar app ideas, reinvigorating HTML, and writing good git commit messages.
- The Keyframers
- Why Your Instagram Engagement Kinda Sucks Right Now
- Recreating the Dropbox public folder on Netlify
- Open UI
- Does anyone have (or have you seen) a comprehensive “How to do Github” post?
- How to Write Commit messages
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Most CDN services will have you choose between caching aggressively and having to wait for updates to go live, or do no caching on your HTML files which mean you’re not benefitting from the CDN layer at all for those files.
With Netlify you get the best of both Worlds. Once your build is uploaded, we flip the switch and it goes live and the changes in your build are instantly pushed to our global CDN.
In order to give the lowest time-to first byte, the highest cache hit-rate, but with true instant cache invalidation, we’ve developed a multilayered CDN.