Every time I build my Nuxt site, it seems like all of my existing files get deleted and removed from the CDN (right away). Currently if someone is on my site and I deploy, the site will blow up when someone clicks a link because it seems the files for that deployment are gone.
It would be great if there was a way for Netlify to keep files X many days old so deploys don’t screw up users.
Yes, I could do something different with hashes, but even that wouldn’t help. If someone went to the blog list page, and I updated 1 blog post while they were on it, it shouldn’t blow up when they click on THAT blog page (since the hash filename would be different)
In AWS we just use versioning to ensure the files that were deployed are always there, no matter what.
(/public/1.2/blah.js) so that when people are a site, they can continue to browse the ‘old’ version of the site without it exploding.
I don’t think Netlify has that, do they?