It feels odd to suddenly have i.e. replies to tweets be sent ~90 seconds after I post the comment, instead of ~8 minutes later. Turns out that some tweaking of #Netlify settings, reducing some of the size of files on my site, and migrating from Netlify to #Cloudfront with a self-hosted shell #gitlab CI runner makes a big difference!
Managed to track down what the ~5 minutes of post processing was on my #Netlify site (thanks to the wonderful support from https://community.netlify.com/t/slow-deploy-times/30857/4) - now I wonder how else I can trim the deploy speed to something more reasonable
For those that haven't seen, #Netlify now supports branch deployments via the CLI (and the API)! https://www.jvt.me/posts/2020/06/03/netlify-cli-branch/
Deploying a Branch to Netlify on the Command-Line (1 mins read).
How to use Netlify's Node CLI to deploy a given branch to Netlify.
Migrating to Netlify's Deployments from GitLab CI (3 mins read).
Moving to avoid flaky deployments, and trying to reduce deployment times.
At @netlify we use Netlify to build Netlify, so when I make changes to Netlify I log into Netlify and see Netlify deploy Netlify and then my deployment of Netlify replaces the Netlify I'm looking at because it's Netlify I'm deploying with Netlify to Netlify. #netlify
Drew McLellan (@drewm)Thu, 21 May 2020 10:25 +0000
Netlify Billing Request: Extra Bandwidth Allowances (1 mins read).
A copy of an email I've sent to the Netlify team about improving billing for bandwidth allowances.
I mean, I said that an hour or so ago, but that was before the site had deployed... Turns out https://www.jvt.me/posts/2019/11/11/gotcha-netlify-lowercase/ caught me out again and isn't fixed until https://gitlab.com/jamietanna/jvt.me/merge_requests/638 is in (although I've done a temporary deploy from my local machine to get the site up).
Gotcha: Netlify Makes All Your Filenames Case-Insensitive (1 mins read).
Beware if you have a requirement for case-sensitive URLs for Netlify.
Diagnosing my Slow Netlify Deploy Times (2 mins read).
How I managed to shave off 7 minutes of my deploy time, (in true clickbait fashion) just by removing one line of code.
Announcing a swanky new 404 page for www.jvt.me.
Announcing my move to Netlify for hosting www.jvt.me.
Deploying to Netlify using GitLab CI (3 mins read).
How adding two lines to my
.gitlab-ci.yml migrated my existing site from GitLab Pages to Netlify.
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