OOps confused march and april. Sorry
netlify.app is not already added to the Public Suffix List? It’s important to add it as early as possible so browsers can have an updated list: https://github.com/publicsuffix/list/pull/469#issuecomment-588020038
Not sure, I’ll ask our team! Thanks for mentioning it!
I might have missed it, but how does this affect lambda functions, is this something that should be changed manually?
It would depend how you use the function as to whether it will be affected. We proxy internally from the /.netlify/functions/functionname path to AWS; that won’t change. So:
- if you call your function as
/.netlify/functions/functionannamewith no hostname (or even if you proxy from /functionname to that path without a hostname -
/functionname /.netlify/functions/functionname 200) - no effects/changes not needed.
- if you call your function directly (something like a href=https://sitename.netlify.com/.netlify/functions/functionname), we’ll simply 301 redirect that to netlify.app, and run it.
The main thing you’d need to change is if you proxy to us and DO use a NETLIFY hostname - e.g. a redirect like this from “yoursite” to “othersite”:
/functionname https://othersitename.netlify.com/.netlify/functions/functionname 200
- this wouldn’t work as it does today; we’d return the 301 redirect and depending on how you call it, the browser would either sit there witha 301 and no content, or be accessing the function directly from its netlify.app hostname which is probably not ideal if you were using proxying to hide the details of your site layout (“site.com/functionname is REALLY served by netlify!”).
Anyhow, as of yesterday you can update any such redirects that mention sitename.netlify.com to sitename.netlify.app as it’s all configured (except the forced
Thank you, much appreciated!
I just got a reminder about this change via email… it is the first I heard about it. More warning would have been good. I appreciate the free hosting but it is a little painful since all my users will now loose everything they saved to local storage.
Will my current sites continue to work?
is only really true insofar as “my sites work” means “DNS resolves”. Anything that relies on domain whitelisting is going to break without user action. CORS, for instance. It’s unfortunate that the Easter holidays make up a sizeable portion of the notice window.
I feel like the question has been answered already and I am sorry for asking but I want to be 100% sure not to misunderstand the coming changes
My current site has a custom domain from a third-party provider and has the following DNS configuration
A record for mysite.ca points to > nelify (126.96.36.199)
CNAME for www.mysite.ca is set to mysite.netlify.com
From my understanding, all my configuration can stay as is and will be automatically redirected to netlify.app. Please verify if that is correct. Thank you.
Indeed, that is correct @oppenberger! You could adjust it to point to yoursite.netlify.app if you wanted to but it is NOT required in the foreseeable future.