It is my pleasure to announce another Zeiter! This time it's Nathan Rajlich, creator of
node-gyp and core Node.js committer. Nathan and I have been working together since the LearnBoost & Cloudup days, and he was also a part of the WordPress.com acquisition. To help you get to know him, I put together an informal interview. Feel free to reach out on our Slack community if you want to know more!
This is made possible by a few improvements we've made to the way how now is verifying new domains before you can use them.
Until today, the common workflow for deploying a project located on GitHub was cloning it to your device, adjusting it and then running
now to shoot it up into the cloud.
With this update, it's getting much easier.
Since we introduced our own global DNS service zeit.world earlier this year, most of our customers found it to be pretty awesome and instantly decided to let us take care of their domains' resolution.
Today, we'd like to expand this service even further by allowing you to interface directly with our nameservers by making your domain's DNS records editable.
This time, we'd like to tell you about the perfect workflow when it comes to hosting static applications and sites on now.
Although some developers already found it do be pretty easy, we decided to make it even more straightforward by introducing a new feature for the command line interface.
As of version 0.26.0 of the now CLI, our users will be able to manage the SSL certificates used in their deployments directly from their device.
It's now been 90 days since the first 0.1.0 release of HyperTerm. It's been thrilling to see it grow from a small experimental demo to one of the most popular projects on GitHub this year, with close to 9,000 stars.
Today we're ecstatic to introduce Now.app, our desktop app and the new distribution model for our cloud toolchain. You can jump straight to the download page, the code or read on for a quick overview!
Today we are introducing a new option, a new command and a new API to manage your deployment's environment variables and secrets.
A few days ago we announced support for Dockerfile compilation. In practical terms, it means that now became a universal platform with support for the three primary compilation targets of the Internet:
▲ZEIT offers an OSS plan that gives open-source maintainers free hosting. We believe that if your code is free, the cloud resources you need for your project's demos, docs, APIs and bots should also be free.
I'm extremely happy to announce Leo Lamprecht is joining the team. Leo found us and emailed us before we had even made our plans or any of our products public.
Ever since, he's been helping on and off shape a lot of our products and polish the little details that matter. Today I'm glad to share that he's now with us full time!
Today marks a special day in the evolution of ▲ZEIT and our serverless deployment product offering.
With now 0.20.0 we are introducing the fastest and simplest solution to deploy, build and scale containers in the cloud. If your directory contains a
Dockerfile, just type
now to deploy it.
I'm delighted to introduce our newest hire, Olli Vanhoja, to the ▲ZEIT community! I asked him some questions so you can get to know him. Feel free to reach out to him on our new Slack community!
One of the top requests from our customers has been the ability to deploy projects with dependencies hosted in private npm scopes.
True to our style, as of now 0.19.0 you can deploy such projects with just one command (and a flag):
The ▲ZEIT experience just got much better!
We've made it really easy to keep track of everything that's happening with your account and deployments.
We're very happy to announce that all new deployments to now will be served with the newly released Node.js *6.2.1* effective immediately.
We're excited to introduce micro 3.0.0.
Today we're introducing
now alias and with it the easiest way to take your deployments to production. Instantly and securely.
I'm happy to announce the general availability of the now API.
Head over to the documentation, or read on to learn more about the background behind it and what it can do for you.
UPDATE: This project is now deprecated. Please use
It's a general solution for serving both dynamic and static applications in the cloud.
It's useful to think of now as _git for deployment_.
In git, the current state of a file is made up of lots of little patches made to its original state, that you included with `git add` at some point in the past.
We've spent a lot of time refining the now deployment process to make installations reliable, fast and predictable.
Today we're introducing now 0.10.0. Install or upgrade to it with: