By default, DocFX generated websites contain the .html file extension in the URL. You can use Netlify's asset optimization features to clean these URLs up.
A walthrough of my ShareX configuration for creating screenshots for blog posts and other forms of documentation.
You can use the netlify.toml file in your repository to override Netlify build settings, allowing you to generate future posts for certain branches.
I have switched my blog over to Hugo hosted on Netlify. Here are some great Netlify features I think you will like.
A look at a couple of approaches you can use to schedule future posts using Netlify and Hugo.