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Uploading to Cloudflare Pages / workers directly

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    Avatar photojmalinie

    i want to upload cloudflare workers directly however there are no solution for that.

    i dont want to use github couse of file limits as it has 1000 file limit, my website is much bigger than that.


    Please work on it.




    Avatar photoseb_oi

    I was not aware of this limitation in github.

    The truth is that the implementation would be much simpler if it were as you say for Cloudflare as it is with Netlify. Too bad Netlify doesn’t have DDOS protection, Cloudflare’s unlimited bandwidth takes away a lot of headaches in this regard, otherwise anyone with bad faith can take down your free hosting in a few seconds.

    Avatar photoTomasz Dziuda


    At this moment the only solution is a manual upload files to repository for such cases. We currently work to integrate GIT instead of GitHub, GitLab APIs, but it is a bigger task and currently I cannot specify any ETA, but it will be a definitely solution for such cases.

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