Deploying with Netlify

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Course level: Beginner

In this course, you’ll learn two different ways to deploy your projects to the web with Netlify. We’ll cover how to drag and drop deploy a project in seconds, as well as how to automatically deploy changes to your codebase with continuous deployment.

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Prerequisites

Before taking this course, you should have a simple project or site ready to deploy. Below are our suggested resources to get you up to speed.

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The course creator

Treasure Porth

Treasure has been working as a software engineer and teaching code since 2015, when she switched careers after attending a free local bootcamp. She tries to make every subject as simple and accessible as possible, and is passionate about affordable education and helping others break into the tech industry.

Why this course rocks

In this course, Scrimba teacher Treasure Porth will teach you how to deploy your projects to the web using Netlify. Watch the course in sequence or skip directly to the depoy method you need!

This course covers how to deploy a variety of projects, from a plain JS project via drag and drop deploy to setting up continuous deployment with a React or Next.js app.

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What is Netlify?

Netlify is a cloud computing site that allows you to instantly build and deploy your sites for free.

Do I need to know how to use Git first?

Nope! This course teaches manual deployment, which requires no knowlege of Git, as well as continuous deployment, which uses Git.