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January 2020·Changelog
  • Deployments
    • New deployments will now automatically receive the latest Node.js version available on ZEIT Now at that point in time.
  • Domains
    • When deleting a project, all of its Production Domains will now made unavailable as well (no content will be served from them anymore).
    • Domains that are never properly configured will now be automatically deleted after 7 days, instead of 3.
  • Other
    • Adding support for a new framework to ZEIT Now is now only a matter of creating a single Pull Request for the zeit/now repository.
    • As of Now CLI 16.7.3, all files starting with .env are not uploaded. Previously, only files specifically named .env were not uploaded.
    • New endpoints for retrieving a realtime stream of all requests for a deployment and retrieving all failed requests are now available.
    2019 has been an incredible year for ZEIT. We announced zero-config, launched a new integrations platform, and even hosted a successful hackathon.
    To end the year on a memorable note, we held our first-ever remote conference: backendlessConf_.

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    After editing your project, previewing your changes with ZEIT Now is only a matter of pushing a Git commit using our Git Integration, or by running a single command using our command-line interface.
    Every Deployment created in either way receives a unique URL, yet you still might want to apply a Custom Domain for your Preview Deployments. Today, we are making this possible with Branch Domains.

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    December 2019·Changelog
  • Deployments
    • Next.js Deployments created via Git don't render debug logs anymore.
    • The "Functions" tab available on every deployment now shows the requests of all Serverless Functions by default.
    • Node.js 8 has reached end-of-life. New deployments using Node.js 8.10.x will print a warning in the deployment logs today and will fail to build starting 2020-01-06.
  • Domains
    • Shortened domain's TXT verification records to 10 characters.
    • Domain Redirects now work on Internet Explorer.
    • A suggestion is now being rendered if you're using the alias property in now.json instead of configuring them on the "Domains" tab on the dashboard.
    • Purchasing domains now allows for adding a credit card directly in the purchasing flow, instead of having to switch to a separate page.
    • Clicking "Buy" on the dashboard's "Domains" tab now retains the active team.
    • After purchasing a Domain, you will now be taken to the "Domains" tab on the dashboard, instead of the documentation.
    • Just like on the "Domains" tab on the dashboard, the alias property in now.json can now contain up to 50 Domains.
    • Wildcard Domains are now being excluded from the "Redirect to" Domain feature.
  • Dashboard
    • Logs can now render visual ASCII layouts.
    • The "Deployment Duration" shown for every deployment now doesn't include the duration for which your deployment was queued anymore.
    • Team slugs are now automatically lowercased, when entered with uppercase characters.
    • Updated fieldset footer to clarify that we support YouTube and Image links for Integration feature media.
    • Interested partners on /partners are now able to out via the partnership@zeit.co email address.
    Bitbucket is popular among teams as the central place to plan projects, collaborate on code, test, and deploy — especially in combination with Jira and Trello.
    Today, we are proud to announce our first-class Bitbucket integration, ZEIT Now for Bitbucket.

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