CSS-Tricks Presents
The Power of Serverless
for Front-End Developers



Hosting that fits in with the Serverless world.

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The classic use-case for S3 you might think of first is hosting media files or things like .zip backups, but S3 can host website files like HTML, CSS, and JavaScript too, meaning you could use a bucket for a JAMstack website.

Take a look at Up to help with deploying serverless apps to it.

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Hosting for fullstack serverless web apps with continuous deployment, continuous integration, automatic HTTPS, and global atomic deployments.

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Azure Storage GPv2 accounts allow you to serve static content (HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and image files) directly from a storage container named \$web.

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Workers Sites enables developers to deploy static applications directly to Workers, Cloudlare's serverless platform which spans 200 data centers around the world.

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CodePen Projects gives you a complete file system of your own, with an editor right in your browser.

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Firebase Hosting is production-grade web content hosting for developers. With Hosting, you can quickly and easily deploy web apps and static content to a global content delivery network (CDN) with a single command.

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Any GitHub repo can become a website with a branch and folder of your choice.

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Logo for Laravel Vapor

Laravel Vapor is a serverless deployment platform for Laravel, powered by AWS. Launch your Laravel infrastructure on Vapor and fall in love with the scalable simplicity of serverless.

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Netlify offers essentially very fancy static file hosting that works through great integrations in your Git repos, or via CLI.

Netlify will also help you with processing you forms, authentication, hosting your large media files, and running your cloud functions.

Here's two videos on using Netlify. Part 1: Setting Up, Deploying, and Poking Around & Part 2: Forms & API, Notifications, and Configuration.

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A command-line based deployment tool for any framework.

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A command-line based deployment tool for any framework or language.

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