In React Native, you have to typically deploy apps on two platforms: Android and iOS. Both platforms use different languages and build tools. In this tutorial, we will build a continuous deployment pipeline of a React Native app on App Center via Azure DevOps.
This post will help you to learn how to deploy your React applications to production. We are going to use Docker and NGINX to secure API keys and proxy requests to prevent Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS) violations.
In this article, I'll show you how to create a simple React application that uses routing and then we'll learn how to upload it to GitHub Pages. We will give special attention to the routing part since it is important to understand and implement.
After my first year working as a frontend web developer, I got the idea to have my own personal site. It’d be a platform to showcase my work, share content, and serve as a creative outlet for me outside of work. Here, I’ll walk you through my experience building the site from zero to deploy.
This guide will cover the most simple React configuration that I’ve personally used for almost all of my React projects. By the end of this tutorial we will have our own personal boilerplate and learn some configurations from it.
Recently I had to deploy a website to Heroku for one of the pieces of freelance work I was doing. I think this process may be somewhat difficult, and a detailed tutorial or article on how to do this should help. So this one is going to be very simple and hopefully very short.
When I was first starting out as a developer, the one thing that I wanted to do was get a web application live. I wanted it online for the world to see. I didn’t care about how it looked, what features it had, or even if anyone would ever see it or use it.
In this video we'll start from scratch, creating a new Next.js app and then initializing a new Amplify project in the Next.js app directory. We'll then configure a custom domain and deploy the Next.js app to Amazon ECS on AWS Fargate using the Amplify CLI using the custom domain.
Let's deploy a Next.js app to Vercel! This app contains two types of Env variables... one we want to include in the public build of our app, and another we only want available during "runtime", which means in this case when the serverless api functions are executed... these env variables in runtime are secret!
How simple can it be to create a website, get a custom domain, build a serverless API, configure automatic deployments, and take the whole thing live? With ZEIT’s suite of tools, it can be pretty dang simple.
This course walks you through setup and implementation to get your cloud-based application up and running. You’ll finish the course ready to quickly and easily deploy your serverless React application, so users can start using and enjoying it right away.
In this series we will build a full stack application with MERN (MongoDB, Express, React, Node.js). We will also implement Redux for state management and some other things like Reactstrap and React Transitions.