Platform.sh & NextJS

A lot of React developers have decided to make use of NextJS, the open-source React framework to build their production UIs. This is because NextJS has simplified the React framework with extra features like hybrid static and server-side rendering, out of the box Typescript support, smart bundling and many others without any config. In today’s blog post, which is part of the 7 days of Platform.sh series, I will be discussing how Platform.sh supports NextJS and React developers to deploy their projects with ease.

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Deploying Go Web Applications on Platformsh

Go is a statically typed, compiled language with an emphasis on easy concurrency and network services. Many software engineering teams today use Go for the backend of their web applications because it is efficient, fast, simple and reliable. In today’s blog post, which is part of the 7 days of Platform.sh series, I will be discussing how Platform.sh supports Go developers to deploy their projects with ease.

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Assessing the Performance of Django Applications with Blackfire

Blackfire is a code performance and observability solution that helps improve web applications performance at various steps in a software development life cycle: from development to test, staging and production. It’s the complete solution for the monitoring and profiling of your web applications. In today’s blog post, I’ll be introducing Blackfire and how you can use Blackfire to assess the performance of your Django applications.

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Deploying a CMS with Gatsby on Platform.sh

On day one of the 7 days of the Platformsh series, I discussed how Platform.sh helps Gatsby and React developers host their Gatsby-based web application frontend. Today, we’ll be discussing how platform.sh supports the deployment of multiple applications as a single project, we’ll be using Gatsby and a Drupal CMS as a case study.

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