Learn how to deploy your ReactJS app to the internet with this comprehensive tutorial. From setting up a hosting platform to the building and uploading your code, we'll cover all the steps you need to take to get your app live. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, this guide will provide you with the knowledge and resources you need to successfully deploy your ReactJS app online.
Deploying a React.js application involves building a production-ready version of your app and uploading it to a hosting platform. There are many hosting platforms available, some of which are free to use.
To deploy a React.js app, you'll first need to build your app for production by running the
npm run build command in your terminal. This will create a minified version of your app in the
Next, you'll need to choose a hosting platform and create an account if you don't already have one. Some popular hosting platforms for React.js apps include GitHub Pages, Heroku, and Netlify.
Once you've created an account and set up your hosting platform, you'll need to upload your built app to the platform and follow the platform's specific instructions for deploying your app.
To deploy a ReactJS app on Netlify, you can follow these steps:
npm run build
build) and enter your deploy path (usually
Your ReactJS app should now be deployed and available at the URL provided by Netlify.
To deploy a React app on GitHub Pages, you can follow these steps:
Note: If you want to deploy a React app that is not the root of your repository, you can specify the build directory by adding a
homepage field to your
package.json file. For example:
Then, you can build your app for production by running the following command:
npm run build
Finally, you can deploy your app to GitHub Pages by running the following command:
npx gh-pages -d build
This will push the contents of the
build directory to the
gh-pages branch of your repository, which will then be served by GitHub Pages.