JAMstack Deployments

Description

Please refer to the Github repository crgeary/wp-jamstack-deployments for usage instructions, and for support.

Screenshots

  • Admin settings on the Settings -> Deployments screen

Reviews

March 19, 2020
The perfect bridge between two awesome stacks: LAMP and JAMstack. Great work, thanks for sharing!
December 18, 2019
It does everything I need it to, and it does it perfectly. Thank you for this plugin. Release notes would be a great addition so I have more information when I'm making updates. But for anyone that has a Gatsby+Netlify deployment, this plugin is a godsend.
November 18, 2019
This plugin does some really great stuff to trigger a deploy on Netlify (or other JAMstack hosts) based on activity on the WordPress website. Most often this would be used for headless WordPress, but since it's using build hooks (which essentially just tell the JAMstack host to process the build) it could be utilized for more than just headless CMS applications. The setup was straightforward, and aided by screenshots. I've not explored using JAMstack providers other than Netlify for setup, but for Netlify this config setup procedure was very simple. One thing I'd love to see is a manual override option: sometimes I want to make a few quick changes in a row on my WP site that would (by default) trigger a build for each one. I'd like to be able to manually tell this plugin "don't trigger now" without having to manually deactivate it, and then when all changes are made I could deploy the changes all at once. This would save me some build minutes at Netlify. I'd envision this as a button in the top bar beside (or nested under) the deploy button that essentially allows "pausing" of deployments. All told, great plugin that does exactly what it says!
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