Publish on Cloudflare Pages with unsupported language versions
It may happen that a version of Node is not supported yet by Cloudflare and will remain not supported for some weeks. That can happen even if it is a Long Term Support (LTS) version. Here how to build even if cloudflare does not support the version.
Keep the same Node.js version between local environment and Github Actions
It can be complicated to have the same Node version between the local environment and the CI/CD. The latest Node.js version or the latest lts is released recently and if you want to upgrade to the Node version, usually you can forget to configure one environment.
Publish multiple projects on a Monorepo on Cloudflare Pages
All the tooling provided by service providers is great and makes the developer's life much easier. Usually, those providers connect one git repository to an application. It works fine but it is not so easy when you work on a monorepo or if you want to make multiple deployments for more than one locale from only one source code.
Github Action for mirroring repositories
In some cases, it is useful to mirror a repository on GitHub. Unfortunately, Github does not provide an automatic mirroring feature so far. The only way to make mirroring is to do it yourself manually or automate it. Thanks to Github Actions, we will be able to mirror a repository on GitHub automatically.