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Recently, during Platform Week, we made a number of announcements expanding what’s possible with the Developer Platform. Let’s take a look at some of these and what this enables you to build.
This Platform Week, we don’t want to deliver on just new and shiny things (though there will be a few of those, too!). We want to deliver on principles. On letting the best solution win. On breaking developers out of lock in: whether because of code, or because of economics
We're excited to announce a new edition of our Developer Speaker Series for 2022. Check out the eleven expert web dev speakers, developers, and educators that we’ve invited to speak live on Cloudflare TV this week.
Cloudflare is excited to be a part of the launch of the Web-interoperable Runtimes Community Group, a new effort that brings contributors from Cloudflare Workers, Deno, and Node.js together to collaborate on common Web platform API standards.
Fixing third-party security issues and bloat takes collaborative work. We are open sourcing Managed Components so everyone can use fast and secure third-parties, everywhere.
We’re excited to announce that we’re partnering with StackBlitz. Together, we will bring the Wrangler experience closer to you – directly to your browser, with no dependencies required
As the first announcement of Platform Week, today Cloudflare is announcing the open sourcing of the Workers runtime under the Apache v2 license!
Last November, we announced the beta release of a full rewrite of Wrangler, our CLI for building Cloudflare Workers. Since then we’ve been working round the clock to make sure it's feature complete, bug-free, and easy to use. We are proud to announce that Wrangler goes public today for general usage, and can’t wait to see what people build with it!
Announcing Workers for Platforms, our tool suite to help make any product programmable, and help our customers deliver value to their customers and developers instantaneously.
Pages now supports direct uploads to give you more power to build and iterate how you want and with the tools you want.
Service bindings are an API that facilitate Worker-to-Worker communication. You can invoke other Workers directly from your code; making it possible to communicate with shared services. We’ll also make it cost efficient to run multiple Workers.
Customers are using Cloudlfare Workers to create the next big thing, we’re building tools to make that happen successfully. We’re excited to announce Logpush for Worker’s Trace Events, making it easier than ever to gain visibility into applications built on Workers.
Announcing several build experience improvements for Cloudflare Pages including build times, logging and configuration.
R2 Object Storage is now in open beta, available for all customers to test and deploy!
Durable Object alarms let you call a function at a defined point in the future, unlocking deeper use-cases for Durable Objects like reliable queuing.
Today, I’m delighted to announce a massive extension of the benefits of caching with Cache Reserve: a new way to persistently serve all static content from Cloudflare’s global cache. By using Cache Reserve, customers can see higher cache hit ratios and lower egress bills.
You shouldn’t have to make trade-offs between keeping logs that you need and managing tight budgets. R2’s low costs makes this decision easier for our customers. We’re excited to announce that you can now use Logpush to store logs on R2!
Today, we’re excited to announce D1, Cloudflare’s first SQL database, designed for Cloudflare Workers.
Introducing Pages Plugins – reusable and customizable chunks of runtime code that can be incorporated anywhere within your Pages application. Try one of the officially supported Plugins from our partners or build your own.
Announcing the beta of Cloudflare Pub/Sub, our programmable, serverless message broker built on the open MQTT messaging standard.
Custom Domains are now available for your Workers. Hook up a Worker to any domain you own, and Cloudflare will handle making DNS records and issuing certificates on your behalf.
Learn how we built config versioning and staging for L7 configuration with HTTP Applications.
Cloudflare’s Developer Platform Ecosystem continues to expand ensuring you can integrate with the tools you use, or want to use.
Network Address Translation (NAT) is one of the most common and versatile network functions, used by everything from your home router to the largest ISPs. Today, we’re delighted to introduce a new approach to NAT that solves the problems of traditional hardware and virtual solutions. Magic NAT is free from capacity constraints, available everywhere through our global Anycast architecture, and operates across any network (physical or cloud).
Workers Analytics Engine is a new way to get telemetry about anything using Cloudflare Workers. Workers Analytics Engine provides time series analytics built for the serverless era.
With Cloudflare Workers and Email Routing you now have a developer platform to implement any logic you ever wanted for programmatically handling incoming Emails. And it couldn’t be easier. There are starters for the most common scenarios and a familiar coding UI built into the Email Routing experience.
MailChannels has created an email sending service specifically for Cloudflare Workers that removes all the friction associated with sending emails.
Starting today, in open beta, Cloudflare Stream supports video playback with sub-second latency over SRT or RTMPS at scale.
Soon, Stream will auto-detect embedded captions and include it in the live stream delivered to your viewers.
Migrating millions of images into Cloudflare is now simple, fast and at the distance of a few clicks. The new Cloudflare Images Sourcing Kit allows you to define your image sources, reuse them when you need to add new images or refresh existing ones.
Many Stream customers track video usage on a per-creator basis. Today, we are announcing creator management to make usage tracking much easier.
Starting today, every Stream account can configure its own domain in the Stream dashboard.
This is Part 1 of what will be a year-long series documenting our journey to re-architect our systems to be the best, fastest, most-scalable purge in the industry.
We've developed the IPFS Gateway monitor, an observability tool that runs various IPFS scenarios on a given gateway endpoint. In this post, you'll learn how we use this tool and go over discoveries we made along the way
Cloudflare is going to participate in the research and development of the core infrastructure that helps keep Ethereum secure, fast, as well as energy efficient for everyone
In addition to sharing a general update on where our network performance stands, we’re also sharing updated performance metrics on our Workers platform. We’ve done an extensive benchmark of Cloudflare Workers vs Fastly’s Compute@Edge, and the results are in: Workers is 25% faster.
Today, we're announcing we're bridging the two. We will make it possible for our customers to serve their sites on the IPFS network
Today we are excited to announce that our Ethereum and IPFS gateways are publicly available to all Cloudflare customers for the first time
After many announcements from Platform Week, we’re thrilled to make one more: our Spring Developer Challenge!
Cloudflare announced Cloudflare for Platforms, a new suite of tools that allows organizations to transform any application into a programmable platform for developers to build on.
Cloudflare announced Cloudflare D1, a simple and instant serverless database. Cloudflare D1 will enable developers to start building database-backed applications using Cloudflare Workers with just a few clicks.