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Instant Rollback public beta now available in the CLI

You can now use Instant Rollback on the CLI to quickly revert to a previous production deployment, to prevent regressions with your site’s availability. Now available in Beta for all plans.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

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New integrations to extend your Vercel workflow

We are excited to announce our integration marketplace has nine new additions:

  • Highlight: send sourcemaps to Highlight for better debugging
  • Inngest: run Vercel functions as background jobs or Cron jobs
  • Knock: add Knock’s notification system to your application
  • Novu: add real-time notifications to your app
  • Sitecore XM Cloud: deploy to Vercel from Sitecore’s headless CMS
  • Svix: add Svix’s webhook service to your application
  • TiDB Cloud: connect your app to a TiDB Cloud cluster
  • Tigris Data: connect a Tigris database to your Vercel project
  • Zeitgeist: manage deployments from mobile

The integration marketplace allows you to extend and automate your workflow by integrating with your favorite tools.

Explore these integrations and more at our Integrations Marketplace.

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Node.js 18 LTS is now available

As of today, version 18 of Node.js can be selected in the Node.js Version section on the General page in the Project Settings. Newly created projects will default to this version.

The new version introduces several new features including:

  • ECMAScript RegExp Match Indices
  • Blob
  • fetch
  • FormData
  • Headers
  • Request
  • Response
  • ReadableStream
  • WritableStream
  • import test from 'node:test'

Node.js 18 includes substantial improvements to align the Node.js runtime with the Edge Runtime, including alignment with Web Standard APIs.

The exact version used today is 18.12.1 and will automatically update minor and patch releases. Therefore, only the major version (18.x) is guaranteed.

Read the documentation for more.

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Faster builds with improved caching

By optimizing how we retrieve the build cache, deployments are 15s faster for p90 (build times for 90% of users, filtering out the slowest 10% outliers).

This affects mainly large applications, reaching up to 45s faster builds.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

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Bulk upload now available for Environment Variables

You can now more easily add Environment Variables to your projects using bulk upload. Import a .env file or paste multiple environment variables directly from the UI.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

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Import Turborepo, Nx, and Rush monorepos with zero configuration

You can now import your TurborepoNx, and Rush projects to Vercel without configuration.

Try it now by importing a new project or cloning an example project. The generated configurations will be seen when expanding the "Build and Output Settings" section. In addition, we have also shipped an Nx guide and template to help you get started quickly.

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Improvements and fixes

With your feedback, we've shipped dozens of bug fixes and small feature requests to improve your product experience.

  • Vercel CLI: 28.5.0 was released with improved vc build monorepo support.
  • Build without cache via env: It's now possible to force a build through Git that skips the build cache by setting the VERCEL_FORCE_NO_BUILD_CACHE environment variable in your project settings.
  • Environment variables: Each deployment on Vercel can now support up to 1000 environment variables instead of only 100.
  • Vercel dashboard UI: The primary and secondary navigation bars are now full width so that each page UI has the option to maintain a max-width or take advantage of the whole viewport.
  • Vercel menu component: The menu dropdown in your dashboard is now slightly more compact on desktop with an improved animation, which increases contrast and gives you higher information density.
  • Improved code in Vercel docs: Code blocks now include file location as a header.
  • Improved visuals in Vercel docs: We now support dynamic dark and light mode screenshots.

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Share environment variables across your Team and Projects

You can now create environment variables securely at the team level and assign those variables to one or more projects for all Teams on the Pro and Enterprise plan. When an update is made to a shared environment variable, that value is updated for all projects to which the variable is linked.

Read the documentation to learn more.

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Emoji reactions now available in Preview Deployment comments

You can now add emoji reactions when using comments in Preview Deployments.

With emoji reactions, you can signal boost any comment without adding noise to threads.

To access your Slack workspace custom emojis in a Preview Deployment, install the Vercel Slack Beta app and connect your Vercel account to Slack.

Check out the documentation to learn more about comments in Preview Deployments.

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Instant Rollback public beta available to revert deployments

With Instant Rollback you can quickly revert to a previous production deployment, making it easier to fix breaking changes. Now available in Beta for everyone.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

Cover for Instant Rollback public beta now available in the CLICover for Instant Rollback public beta now available in the CLI

You can now use Instant Rollback on the CLI to quickly revert to a previous production deployment, to prevent regressions with your site’s availability. Now available in Beta for all plans.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

Cover for New integrations to extend your Vercel workflowCover for New integrations to extend your Vercel workflow

We are excited to announce our integration marketplace has nine new additions:

  • Highlight: send sourcemaps to Highlight for better debugging
  • Inngest: run Vercel functions as background jobs or Cron jobs
  • Knock: add Knock’s notification system to your application
  • Novu: add real-time notifications to your app
  • Sitecore XM Cloud: deploy to Vercel from Sitecore’s headless CMS
  • Svix: add Svix’s webhook service to your application
  • TiDB Cloud: connect your app to a TiDB Cloud cluster
  • Tigris Data: connect a Tigris database to your Vercel project
  • Zeitgeist: manage deployments from mobile

The integration marketplace allows you to extend and automate your workflow by integrating with your favorite tools.

Explore these integrations and more at our Integrations Marketplace.

Cover for Node.js 18 LTS is now availableCover for Node.js 18 LTS is now available

As of today, version 18 of Node.js can be selected in the Node.js Version section on the General page in the Project Settings. Newly created projects will default to this version.

The new version introduces several new features including:

  • ECMAScript RegExp Match Indices
  • Blob
  • fetch
  • FormData
  • Headers
  • Request
  • Response
  • ReadableStream
  • WritableStream
  • import test from 'node:test'

Node.js 18 includes substantial improvements to align the Node.js runtime with the Edge Runtime, including alignment with Web Standard APIs.

The exact version used today is 18.12.1 and will automatically update minor and patch releases. Therefore, only the major version (18.x) is guaranteed.

Read the documentation for more.

Cover for Faster builds with improved cachingCover for Faster builds with improved caching

By optimizing how we retrieve the build cache, deployments are 15s faster for p90 (build times for 90% of users, filtering out the slowest 10% outliers).

This affects mainly large applications, reaching up to 45s faster builds.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

Cover for Bulk upload now available for Environment VariablesCover for Bulk upload now available for Environment Variables

You can now more easily add Environment Variables to your projects using bulk upload. Import a .env file or paste multiple environment variables directly from the UI.

Check out the documentation to learn more.

Cover for Import Turborepo, Nx, and Rush monorepos with zero configurationCover for Import Turborepo, Nx, and Rush monorepos with zero configuration

You can now import your TurborepoNx, and Rush projects to Vercel without configuration.

Try it now by importing a new project or cloning an example project. The generated configurations will be seen when expanding the "Build and Output Settings" section. In addition, we have also shipped an Nx guide and template to help you get started quickly.

Cover for Improvements and fixesCover for Improvements and fixes

With your feedback, we've shipped dozens of bug fixes and small feature requests to improve your product experience.

  • Vercel CLI: 28.5.0 was released with improved vc build monorepo support.
  • Build without cache via env: It's now possible to force a build through Git that skips the build cache by setting the VERCEL_FORCE_NO_BUILD_CACHE environment variable in your project settings.
  • Environment variables: Each deployment on Vercel can now support up to 1000 environment variables instead of only 100.
  • Vercel dashboard UI: The primary and secondary navigation bars are now full width so that each page UI has the option to maintain a max-width or take advantage of the whole viewport.
  • Vercel menu component: The menu dropdown in your dashboard is now slightly more compact on desktop with an improved animation, which increases contrast and gives you higher information density.
  • Improved code in Vercel docs: Code blocks now include file location as a header.
  • Improved visuals in Vercel docs: We now support dynamic dark and light mode screenshots.

Cover for Share environment variables across your Team and ProjectsCover for Share environment variables across your Team and Projects

You can now create environment variables securely at the team level and assign those variables to one or more projects for all Teams on the Pro and Enterprise plan. When an update is made to a shared environment variable, that value is updated for all projects to which the variable is linked.

Read the documentation to learn more.

Cover for Emoji reactions now available in Preview Deployment comments Cover for Emoji reactions now available in Preview Deployment comments

You can now add emoji reactions when using comments in Preview Deployments.

With emoji reactions, you can signal boost any comment without adding noise to threads.

To access your Slack workspace custom emojis in a Preview Deployment, install the Vercel Slack Beta app and connect your Vercel account to Slack.

Check out the documentation to learn more about comments in Preview Deployments.

Cover for Instant Rollback public beta available to revert deploymentsCover for Instant Rollback public beta available to revert deployments

With Instant Rollback you can quickly revert to a previous production deployment, making it easier to fix breaking changes. Now available in Beta for everyone.

Check out the documentation to learn more.