1. AI-Powered Static Site Hosting on Cloudflare Pages.


    Hosting a static site on Cloudflare Pages with AI-powered features involves setting up a Cloudflare Pages project, connecting it to your source code repository, and configuring build settings and deployment options. Cloudflare Pages is a platform for frontend developers to collaborate and deploy websites.

    Here's how you can achieve this with Pulumi in Python:

    • cloudflare.PagesProject: This represents your Cloudflare Pages Project. It requires details about the source of your code, such as the GitHub or GitLab repository, and your Cloudflare account ID. You will specify the configuration for how you want to build and deploy your site, including commands for building the site and the directory where the build's output will be.

    • cloudflare.PagesDomain: If you have a custom domain to associate with the Pages project, this resource is used to manage that domain.

    Let's build a simple Pulumi program that deploys a static site to Cloudflare Pages:

    import pulumi import pulumi_cloudflare as cloudflare # Set your Cloudflare account ID account_id = "your-account-id" # Replace with your Cloudflare account ID. # Create a new Cloudflare Pages project. pages_project = cloudflare.PagesProject('my-pages-project', account_id=account_id, name="example-site", build_config=cloudflare.PagesProjectBuildConfigArgs( build_command="npm run build", # The command to build your site. destination_dir="public", # The directory where the build output is placed. ), source=cloudflare.PagesProjectSourceArgs( type="github", # Replace with "gitlab" if applicable config=cloudflare.PagesProjectSourceConfigArgs( owner="your-github-username", # Replace with your GitHub username or organization. repo_name="your-repo-name", # Replace with your repository name. production_branch="main", # Replace with the branch you want to deploy. ), ), ) # (Optional) Manage a custom domain for your Cloudflare Pages project. # Uncomment and populate the following block if you have a custom domain. # pages_domain = cloudflare.PagesDomain("my-pages-domain", # account_id=account_id, # domain="www.example.com", # Replace with your custom domain. # project_name=pages_project.name, # ) # Export the URL of the deployed site. pulumi.export("site_url", pages_project.subdomain)

    In the code above, replace the placeholders with your actual details. The build command and destination directory should be according to your static site's build process.

    Once you run this Pulumi program and successfully deploy your site, Cloudflare Pages will build your static site and deploy it on Cloudflare's global network, allowing you to benefit from the platform’s performance and security features.

    For more information about each of these resources and their configurations, you can visit Cloudflare Pages Project and Cloudflare Pages Domain in the Pulumi documentation.