Nimbella add-on for Netlify

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Deploy and Run your Web Apps and APIs in one-click

Setup in Netlify

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We built a Nimbella add-on for Netlify so that you can use the best of two amazing services. With this integration, you can use Nimbella for serverless functions and stateful APIs seamlessly with Netlify's CDN, domain management, and automatic builds.

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Resource Customization

Easier Packaging

Build Stateful APIs

Cloud Portability

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The Nimbella add-on provides Netlify developers with a powerful programming model for serverless functions and workflows, and features to build stateful APIs using Nimbella’s integrated key-value and object stores. The Nimbella add-on for Netlify also works great with our Nimbella integration for Postman so you can test your APIs from one of the best API testing tools available.

Simply put, using Netlify with Nimbella is awesome. The integration delivers the same magical experience you’ve grown accustomed to using Netlify, and enriches the experience further with powerful tools like Postman.

Benefits of the integration

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The plugin enables developers to:

  • Use many languages for your serverless functions. For example: Python, PHP, Ruby, Rust, Typescript, Deno, Java, and Swift in addition to JavaScript and Golang.
  • Run functions for longer durations, and consume more events, not just HTTP requests.
  • Build exciting applications using the readily available Object Store. Your Nimbella functions can store static assets and dynamically generated files when you need it.
  • A built-in integrated Key-Value Store means you can also create stateful APIs out of the box. Share state between functions, handle complex payment flows, track user sessions, are a few examples of what you can now do.
  • Use the Nimbella command line (Nimbella CLI) tool to rapidly access function logs and performance data.
  • Access the Nimbella Workbench with its rich terminal experience from your browser. This allows you to develop and debug functions the same way you do from your terminal.

Why Jamstack?

generate new pages at deploy time and serve pre-built markup and assets over a CDN.

Faster and better performance

generate new pages at deploy time and serve pre-built markup and assets over a CDN.

lower complexity and development costs. The integrated CDN allows frontends to scale easily.

Less expensive and easier to scale

lower complexity and development costs. The integrated CDN allows frontends to scale easily.

Jamstack architectures offer fewer points of attack.

Higher security

Jamstack architectures offer fewer points of attack.

launch faster with more productive development and frequent deployment cycles.

Better developer experience

launch faster with more productive development and frequent deployment cycles.

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