I built a static website using Jekyll CMS (static website generator).
Big part of the site (*.html, *.css, *.png) does not change, or change, let say, once per month. But, part of the site: about 60 *.json files, each about 1-3MB size - these files are changed (generated) 3 times per day.
I would like to put these *.json files “into Cloudflare” ))) Which product do I need for this?
I was thinking about several scenarious:
To use “Direct upload” function of the Cloudflare Pages.
It means - to built site on my machine and to upload everything into Cloudflare (commands like “wrangler pages publish …”). Every time these *.json files changes I just upload everything.
I should configure my custom domain, and thats it.
Is this a correct approach?
Imagine my site already exist somewhere.
Can I use Cloudflare to serve these *.json files from a subdomain of the existing site?
Would be great to update only this subdomain 3 times per day.
I do not know which Cloudflare product/feature supports this…