Cloudflare is working on Cloudflare Pages, a cloud platform for deploying and hosting JAMstack websites, according to a tech blogger renowned for spotting upcoming features still in testing by using reverse engineering.
- According to Jane Manchun Wong's findings, the upcoming feature will integrate with GitHub for automatic deployment, and come with a *.pages.dev subdomain, as well as a production and preview branch.
- Wong adds Cloudflare Pages will likely offer "one concurrent build and 500 total builds" per month for free.
- While browsing Cloudflare Pages docs, Wong also found guides for deploying sites built with Gatsby, Hugo, Jekyll, React and Vue, and more.
- The news comes as the company also just introduced the Cloudflare Data Localization Suite for businesses. This is a new feature that offers enterprises both the security and performance perks associated with Cloudflare's global networking while simultaneously "making it easy to set rules and controls at the edge about where their data is stored and protected."
A version of this story first appeared in Inside Dev.