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Sentry 2h
This is a no brainer. Javascript developers using can now work in tandem with Sentry thanks to our latest integration. We’ll walk you through how to get started.
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Guillermo Rauch 2h
Definitely something off in some implementation detail or configuration. We'll dig deep, you should be faster on Vercel for builds too…
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Guillermo Rauch 2h
Can you explain what phase of the deploy takes longer to build? That's really surprising. Maybe a misconfigured cache?
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Guillermo Rauch 5h
There might be an advantage in the future, but I think it'll stay in the form of modules?
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Guillermo Rauch 5h
I don't see an advantage atm over using modules. e.g.: if it supports GraphQL it'd be: import { query } from 'my-cms' export getStaticProps() { return { props: await query(` title author `) } }
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Guillermo Rauch 6h
Replying to @domm
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Guillermo Rauch 6h
Replying to @natterstefan
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Guillermo Rauch 7h
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Guillermo Rauch retweeted
lidqqq 21h
Onigiri can't be missed by Japanese, as vercel can't be missed in developing front-end 😘
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Guillermo Rauch 23h
Really digging this. Would love to see an example starter
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Guillermo Rauch 23h
100% not true. Next.js is not tied to Vercel. e.g.: Apple self hosts
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Guillermo Rauch Aug 13
Most underrated food in the world: onigiri Luckily exists 🤯
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Guillermo Rauch Aug 13
But again, both will be drastically improved very soon so the distinction should not be important
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Guillermo Rauch Aug 13
He’s talking about building by importing the Gatsby project into Vercel rather than using Gatsby Cloud, which is what’s being impacted by the lower limit right now
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Guillermo Rauch Aug 13
It's a Vercel limitation of the specific implementation here for the Gatsby Cloud integration. If you use the Vercel build system directly, the limit is higher. That said, we are working on *improving both*, and it's going to happen quite soon.
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Guillermo Rauch Aug 13
What's your favorite headless API for e-commerce? e.g.:
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Guillermo Rauch retweeted
Michael R. Bock Aug 13
Replying to @vercel
The tech stack for those curious: Next.js with Tailwind CSS hosted on (which has been an absolute joy to use - incredibly easy GitHub integration and domain name set up). It was my first time using any of them!
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Guillermo Rauch Aug 12
Did you add the required env ?
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Guillermo Rauch Aug 12
By incremental builds you mean the gatsby plugin? We already retain gatsby’s build cache automatically from build to build
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Guillermo Rauch Aug 12
Replying to @QuinnyPig
Route53 → KVStore
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