We launched the new Layer0 docs to help you understand Layer0 better. Whether you are interested in understanding how to deploy your web application to the Layer0 Edge Network, deploy static and dynamic Jamstack sites that run on Layer0’s serverless functions, scale and secure your GraphQL API using the Layer0 global CDN, or protect your applications without sacrificing performance, we’ve put together a comprehensive documentation that’s growing, functional, and feedback-driven.
Product newsletters are back! We, at Layer0, have been busy joining forces with Limelight, one of the largest, private CDN networks on the planet, and have exciting updates. Read on to learn about caching GraphQL APIs at the edge, using our platform as a web CDN for any backend platform or front-end framework, and how to test drive EdgeJS for low latency and high performance.
Cache GraphQL APIs at the edge with serverless hosting on Layer0 for better performance and less traffic at your origin. Create powerful custom caching logic based cookies, authentication, URL patterns, and HTTP headers.
Track your serverless code’s memory usage to diagnose and avoid out-of-memory issues, especially in production code where these issues may occur intermittently or gradually over time. Other platform updates include CLS enhancements, Next.js 11 support, and configuring redirects without code.
We’ve enhanced Layer0's Serverless Deep Request Inspection, by adding a “Copy as cURL” button that lets you easily replicate and debug API calls locally using the popular curl utility. Other product updates include a mobile-friendly console, build snapshots, and more cookbook recipes for routing and caching scenarios.
Developers at Layer0 are continuously working to improve the console to increase your team's velocity and improve your overall experience. Our latest updates include framework support for Razzle, and monitoring enhancements such as Sourcemaps, Routes.js Caching Statistics, and Alerts.