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We use Vercel as part of our web development services, empowering companies to preview and deploy their websites reliably and smoothly.

Projects deployed on Vercel

Why we use Vercel

We use Vercel to deploy websites that are immune to security threats such as DDOS attacks.

How does Vercel do that? Instead of deploying your website on a single server that would be overwhelmed during a DDOS attack or high traffic, it deploys it on a network of servers all over the world (CDN).

Another advantage of that is loading speed since our websites are served to users from the closest server to them.

Patreon for example has its website deployed on Vercel and it is able to accommodate an average of 5 million visits every day.

Vercel is a well-trusted deployment and hosting platform and is used by other companies such as McDonald's, Netflix, Under Armour, and Nintendo.

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Tinloof is a Vercel partner

Tinloof is a Vercel partner focused on delivering world-class applications that are safely and rapidly deployed on Vercel.

You can access our partnership link here.

Content review through comments

Collaboration is a key factor to make the website content successful in converting users and ranking the pages on Google.

That's why we use Vercel to enable comments on pages that are only visible to the team internally.

Our Vercel tech stack

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Frequently asked questions

What is Vercel?

Vercel is a cloud platform for deploying and hosting web applications and websites.

It is designed to make it easy for developers to build, deploy, and scale their applications, and it supports a wide range of front-end frameworks and libraries, including React, Angular, and Vue.js.

Vercel provides a range of features and tools to help developers build, test, and deploy their applications, including support for continuous integration and delivery (CI/CD), automatic scaling, and a global content delivery network (CDN).

Vercel is also the company behind Next.js, a popular framework for building server-rendered React applications.

Who created Vercel?

Vercel was originally called Zeit, and it was launched in 2016 as a platform for deploying and hosting web applications and websites.

In 2020, Zeit rebranded as Vercel and released a new version of the platform with improved features and tools for developers.

The founder is Guillermo Rauch.

Which brands use Vercel?

Vercel is used by a wide range of companies and organizations, including some well-known brands. Here are a few examples of brands that use Vercel:

  1. Airbnb
  2. Starbucks
  3. New York Times
  4. Asana
  5. Figma
  6. WeWork
  7. Dropbox
  8. IBM
  9. Atlassian
  10. GitLab

This is just a small sample of the brands that use Vercel, and there are many more that rely on the platform for their web development and hosting needs.

Is Vercel GDPR-friendly?

Vercel is designed to be compliant with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

The GDPR is a set of regulations that went into effect in the European Union in 2018, and it sets out specific requirements for the collection, use, and storage of personal data.

Vercel is committed to protecting the privacy of its users and to complying with the GDPR and other data protection regulations.

Vercel has implemented various measures to ensure that it meets the requirements of the GDPR, including implementing strict data protection policies and procedures, encrypting data in transit and at rest, and providing customers with controls to help them manage their data.

Which analytics does Vercel offer?

Vercel offers several analytics features to help you track and understand the performance of your web applications and websites. These analytics features include:

  1. Performance tracking: Vercel provides real-time performance data for your applications and websites, including metrics such as page load time and time to first byte (TTFB).
  2. Traffic tracking: Vercel tracks traffic to your applications and websites, including data on unique visitors, pageviews, and referral sources.
  3. Error tracking: Vercel tracks and logs errors that occur in your applications and websites, and provides alerts when errors are detected.
  4. Custom analytics: Vercel allows you to integrate your applications and websites with external analytics tools, such as Google Analytics, to track additional metrics and data.

Vercel's analytics features are designed to help you understand how your applications and websites are performing and how they are being used, and to identify and resolve any issues that may arise.

Can Vercel handle high traffic?

Yes, Vercel is designed to handle high traffic and to automatically scale to meet the needs of your applications and websites.

Vercel uses a global content delivery network (CDN) to deliver your content to users around the world, and it automatically scales your applications and websites to handle increased traffic.

Vercel also provides tools and features to help you monitor and optimize the performance of your applications and websites, including performance tracking, traffic tracking, and error tracking.

Additionally, Vercel offers a range of paid plans with higher limits on build minutes and custom domains, which can be useful for applications and websites that experience high levels of traffic.

Can I buy domains on Vercel?

Yes, you can purchase and manage custom domains on Vercel.

Vercel's Domain Management feature allows you to easily purchase, manage, and configure custom domains for your applications and websites.

You can use Vercel to purchase a new domain, or you can transfer an existing domain to Vercel.

Once you have a custom domain, you can use it to host your applications and websites on Vercel, and you can use Vercel's Domain Management tools to configure your domain's DNS settings, SSL certificates, and other settings.