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As part of some increased security features you may have already noticed being added to Deploy, we've now deployed the option to restrict access to your account to specific IP...
We've deployed some changes to the deployment log today that will enable you to view any logged entries from SSH commands in their original highlighted colours straight from the interface,...
In the last few weeks we've introduced websockets into Deploy to improve our deployments. In the next couple of posts we'll delve into the how and why of this development.
We've just deployed an enhancement to 3rd party notifications in DeployHQ, not only with the ability to now select if they're sent on failed or successful deployments, but also when...
Since we released the new version of DeployHQ's interface along with the the additional features it now provides, the development team have been hard at work enhancing the platform even...
Following our live stream last Thursday, we released a brand new version of DeployHQ to all our customers.
Deploy is changing. We've got a new logo & colour palette, we've got a new website, we've got a load of features and we've got a new UI.
Recent progress in the web development world has led to increased usage of preprocessors (Haml, Sass, LESS etc.) and transpilers (Coffeescript, Typescript, Babel). Static Site Generators such as Jekyll or...
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