A super simple example of building a static API that walks through the deploy process using Netlify. Part of a series of tutorials on building and deploying static APIs.
An introduction on how to approach building a static API, which serves as the background for several specific tutorials on the topic.
Conditional email notifications may be immortal, but we can still figure out how to implement them on emerging Jamstack websites.
A services-oriented architecture is a key component of the Jamstack, as it brings dynamic functionality to static sites. Here's how to get your feet wet by writing your first Netlify function.
Sending conditional email notifications based on the value of a user-submitted form field is still very much a thing, and it can be achieved via fun workaround when using Netlify forms.
Netlify form handling is an extremely powerful feature that enables you to collect dynamic data from your users on your static sites. But it's a little tricky to get it working right within a Gatsby project. Here's a detailed look at a couple different ways of approaching Netlify forms for a Gatsby site.
Netlify forms are an incredibly powerful feature. They enable you to accept dynamically-driven user data on your static site. But you must understand a few key concepts about Netlify forms if you're going to have success working with them.
Combine the forces of Contentful, Middleman, and Netlify to build and deploy dynamic-like site for free in less than an hour.