Every developer wants to get code running on one machine and perfect it. It’s so much easier to work that way. We just happen to have one machine that scales to the size of the Internet: a global, distributed, supercomputer. It’s our Supercloud and we build our own products on it and you can too.
Cloudflare Queues enables developers to build performant and resilient distributed applications that span the globe. Any developer with a paid Workers plan can enroll in the Open Beta and start building today!
DevCycle re-architected their feature management tool using Workers for improved scalability.
Moving terabytes of data from a cloud storage provider to a new one is always seen as problematic, involves planning, and likely requires staffing. And that was hard. But not anymore. Today we're announcing the R2 Super Slurper, the tool that will enable you to migrate all your data to R2 in a simple and efficient way.
Today we’re extremely excited to announce that Cache Reserve is graduating to open beta – users will now be able to test it and integrate it into their content delivery strategy without any additional waiting.
Today we’re announcing Cloudflare Logs Engine — a new system that will enable you to do anything you need with Cloudflare Logs, all within Cloudflare.
A deep-dive into how Cloudflare uses Durable Objects and the Streams API to index millions of HTTP requests stored in R2.
Neon.tech is a database platform that allows you to branch your (Postgres compatible) database exactly like your code repository. And with the release of their Cloudflare Workers integration you can get started in minutes.
Today, we’re excited to share a collection of ready-made templates to help you build your next application on Cloudflare Workers.
As we continue down the road to making D1 production ready, it wouldn’t be “the Cloudflare way” unless we stopped for feedback first. D1 is now in Open Alpha!
In this blog post, I'll show you how to use D1 to add comments to a static blog site. To do this, we'll construct a new D1 database and build a simple JSON API that allows the creation and retrieval of comments.
Workers Browser Rendering API is our out of the box solution for simplifying developer workflows, including capturing images or screenshots, by running browser automation in Workers. If you’re interested, sign up for the waitlist.
We’re excited to share that the next iteration of Cloudflare’s API reference documentation is now available. The new docs standardize our API content and improve the overall developer experience for interacting with Cloudflare’s API.
Cloudflare now has OpenAPI Schemas available for the API. Users can use these schemas in any open source OpenAPI Tooling.
We’re excited to announce that Workers will soon be able to send outbound requests through a mutually authenticated channel via mutual TLS authentication!
Xata is on a mission to solve the industry’s hardest data problems with their Serverless Data Platform. We’re excited to have Xata building their serverless functions product – Xata Workers – on top of Workers for Platforms. Here is Xata’s story.
Announcing the Fall 2022 cohort of 25 Workers Launchpad startups and growth of the program from $1.25BN to $2BN
Pages is officially a full stack platform with Pages Functions now Generally Available. Pages is harnessing the power and scalability of Workers and specializing them to align with the Pages developer experience.
Page Functions are now out of beta, bringing the ability to add dynamic server-side rendering to your applications. Pages makes it easy to deploy applications built using all the major frameworks. There is no better time to start deploying your server-side rendered full-stack applications to Cloudflare Pages.
Large frontend applications are often hard to improve without major investments. With Cloudflare Workers, our fragment-based micro-frontend architecture, and fragment piercing technique, engineering teams can incrementally improve large frontends in a fraction of the time, yielding significant user and developer experience gains.
Radar 2.0 was launched last month during Cloudflare's Birthday Week as a complete product revamp. This blog explains how we built it technically. Hopefully, it will inspire other developers to build complex web apps using Cloudflare products.
Today we’re happy to announce Deployments for Workers. Deployments allow developers to audit changes made to their applications.
Cloudflare uses the Cloudflare Terraform provider extensively to make changes to our internal accounts as easy as opening a pull request.
Workers Trace Events Logpush gives new levels of visibility into Workers invocations, console.log messages and errors. It is now available to everyone on the Workers Paid and Enterprise plans!
Cloudflare did the measurements to prove we’re the fastest developer platform, beating out all the other competition.
With Segment Edge SDK, built on Cloudflare Workers, developers can collect high-quality first-party data and use Segment Edge SDK to access realtime user profiles and state, to deliver personalized app experiences without managing a ton of infrastructure.
Learn how Cloudflare uses our own Workers Analytics Engine product to capture analytics about our own products!
Today, we’re taking local development to the next level by releasing Miniflare 3, powered by the open-source workerd runtime, along with support for migrating existing dashboard projects and using real data locally.
We’re excited to announce the next major release of Workers TypeScript definitions with a bunch of improvements, and the open-sourcing of the new automatic generation scripts.
This week we made over 30 announcements, in case you missed any here’s a quick round-up.