So, your code gets deployed to hundreds of data centers, as does your storage. Requests are very cheap. Our free plan gets you millions of requests per month. WebSocket supports. So, you can choose, depending on the app that you're building, between an HTTP response and a WebSocket connection. We can do HDL rendering at edge, but we can do HDL parsing at edge, which we're going to get into in our example, and we have two distinct offerings for ways of having some application state or some storage that can be very quick for you, too.
So, a little food for thought before we get into it. If you were asked to build a blog and you needed to be really fast, really perform it, but you also wanted to have some of these nice WordPress features, like a popular post section, a like counter on each post, or the ability to add comments, what tool set would you reach for? Would you instantly go for a full dynamic app, like a WordPress instance, or some kind of CMS? Or would you try to put something together, maybe with a static site host, plus a few serverless functions and kind of try to stitch it together? So, our workflow that we're going to be using today is take any static site template, so this could be like Jekyll or Hugo, Eleventy, Gatsby, anything that produces a bunch of HTML files. You can even just write the HTML files yourself, it really doesn't matter. Install the Cloudflare CLI, which is called Wrangler, and then we're going to initialize a worker's site project, which I'll get into in the next slide, and then we're going to go ahead and publish it.