Great question! Honestly haven't experimented too much with the Netlify CLI, but looking it over it seems really nice. Guess you could argue Surge gets you going in literally 1 command and Netlify takes a couple more seconds but that's really nit-picky 😊 The 200.html fallback is still really nice to have in Surge, but will confess it does not work in subdirectories which is disappointing.
Overall I'd say, especially since Surge hasn't gotten any updates recently but the Netlify community is going strong, Netlify is a great choice.
Netlify redirects are simply divine 😩👌
I'm a bit disappointed with Zeit, because there are breaking changes too often, and now they're deprecating long-running containers completely, which many use.
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