Releasing AddThis on Cloudflare Apps: Making Disciplined Product Design Decisions

Published on by Guest Author.

This is a guest post by Emily Schwartz, Product Manager for the AddThis team at Oracle. With a background in digital media that has spanned across NPR, WaPo Labs, Trove, and others, Emily cares deeply about helping publishers leverage data and technology for success. The Process of Paring Down When

5 Strategies to Promote Your App

Published on by Andrew Fitch.

Brady Gentile from Cloudflare's product team wrote an App Developer Playbook, embedded within the developer documentation page. He decided to write it after he and his team conducted several app developer interviews, finding that many developers wanted to learn how to better promote their apps. They wanted to help app

Spotify's Cloudflare App is open source: fork it for your next project

Published on by Andrew Fitch.

Earlier this year, Cloudflare Apps was launched so app developers may leverage our global network of 6 million+ websites, applications, and APIs. I’d like to take a moment to highlight Spotify, which was a launch partner for Cloudflare Apps, especially since they have elected to open source the code

Cloudflare London Meetup Recap

Published on by Junade Ali.

Cloudflare helps make over 6 million websites faster and more secure. In doing so, Cloudflare has a vast and diverse community of users throughout the world. Whether discussing Cloudflare on social media, browsing our community forums or following Pull Requests on our open-source projects; there is no shortage of lively

Cloudflare Apps Platform Update: September Edition

Published on by Teffen Ellis.

This is the September edition of our blog series showcasing the latest platform improvements in developer analytics, user feedback, release notes, and more! Since launch, we’ve received hundreds of feature requests from developers and users alike. Feedback has been the source of some our most popular features. This month’

The History of Email

Published on by Zack Bloom.

This was adapted from a post which originally appeared on the Eager blog. Eager has now become the new Cloudflare Apps. QWERTYUIOP — Text of the first email ever sent, 1971 The ARPANET (a precursor to the Internet) was created “to help maintain U.S. technological superiority and guard against unforeseen

#FuerzaMexico: A way to help Mexico Earthquake victims

Published on by Alonso Bustamante.

Photo Credit: United Nations Photo (Flickr) On September 19, 1985 Mexico City was hit with the most damaging earthquake in its history. Yesterday -exactly 32 years later- Mexico’s capital and neighbouring areas were hit again by a large earthquake that caused significant damage. While the scale of the destruction