I’ve gotten great value from the Webflow community so want to give back by sharing a great tool I found: Stacket
It allows you to automatically push an entire Webflow site, including CMS posts, to a Github account. From here you can use a free static site hosting service like Netlify to automatically detect when a site is updated, i.e. you publish on Webflow, Stacket sends the site to Github, and Netlify detects this and publishes the updates.
For normal business clients, they are happy to pay for Webflow hosting, so I find Stacket great for
One-page sites for smaller businesses on a budget,
Websites for charities and non-profits who want to keep costs down,
Clients for whom GDPR is an issue as once it is exported you can take it to a hosting provider that is based in the EU.
The documentation and support is great and Netlify is east to set up.
I haven’t tried out their Professional plan yet as it’s $99 a month but the optimization features look great, and when we next have a large client for whom performance is key we are going to give it a go.
(Stacket - Webflow to GitHub Automated (https://stacket.app))
Thank you so much for sharing your experience!
I built stacket in the first reason to create more freedom, more site performance and more possibilities you can not get with Webflow native.
You can deploy to anywhere, netlify etc with clicking an button. GDPR is also finally solved with the app .
Have just found out about stacket, seems like a great idea. However does it go against the terms of service? I’m guessing it goes through and scrapes your website? Just worried if I use it, then somewhere down the line Webflow puts an end to it. @flashsites@Stacket