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How can I deploy my GitHub repo?

Got a project that you are working on that you want to deploy? Here's a step-by-step guide on deploying your GitHub repo to the cloud using Zeet!

1. Connect a Cloud Provider

Zeet helps you deploy your projects to the cloud in just a few clicks, full with production-grade infrastructure, CI/ CD, and the ability to scale your projects. To use Zeet, you first need to connect a cloud account.

2. Select a Blueprint

Blueprints are templates that define how to and where to deploy your projects. The right blueprint for you depends on your use-case and the cloud provider that you have selected. We recommend using Serverless blueprints (such as AWS Lambda and Google Cloud Run) for free deployments! If you are looking to deploy your project to a cluster, make sure you create/ connect your cluster to Zeet and use the "Container App" blueprint.

You can check out the Zeet Marketplace to see all official Blueprints.

3. Configure deployment

After selecting your preferred Blueprint, the next step is to configure your deployment. We have a step by step guide for some of the popular Web App Frameworks. Check out our Docs for more information on:

React App:
Next JS:

Updated on: 09/08/2023

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