Netlify Launches Open-Standard Tool for Content Creation on the Edge

Netlify Launches Open-Standard Tool for Content Creation on the Edge

San Francisco-based Netlify has released Netlify Edge Functions to public beta on its platform. Developers will be able to access the technology to produce content or whole programs on the network edge without sacrificing speed.

Netlify Edge is based on Deno, an open-source, standards-based runtime that integrates with major web frameworks like Next.js, Nuxt, Astro, Eleventy, and SvelteKit, as well as newer edge-first frameworks like Hydrogen and Remix. 

The company claims that their new tool is focused on minimising friction for developers, making the edge layer completely programmable, and providing a full-fledged runtime for edge rendering closer to consumers.

Read More: https://venturebeat.com/2022/04/19/netlify-releases-open-standard-tool-for-content-creation-on-the-edge/

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