Git has revolutionized version control and workflow branching. Hosting is now catching up.
Development workflows have changed significantly over the past decade, becoming ever more automated. Most development teams use continuous integration and continuous development (CI/CD) pipelines to build, test and deploy their websites and applications.
Working in a pipeline requires fast feedback and continuous, operative testing. And traditional hosting isn't flexible enough to maintain workflow efficiency. Deploy Now updates the hosting experience to make it work seamlessly with the feature-branch flexibility provided by Git.
Here's how to add powerful, reliable web hosting to your Git workflow.
Before you get started with Deploy Now, you'll need to first sign in to your GitHub account and authorize our Application.
An algorithm scans your project and sets up an appropriate GitHub action workflow for you. Afterwards, your project is automatically deployed and instantly online.
Using a GitHub actions workflow, we update your website every time you push code updates.
Each deployed branch of your repository receives its own preview URL that you can share with clients or your team.
What your site does next is up to you. If you build Jamstack sites, we recommend integrating a headless CMS to make content edits easier.
Deploy your static sites from GitHub without any build or bandwidth restrictions directly on georedundant, DDoS-protected infrastructure.
Sign up as a member and get the first three projects for free. Included with each project:
At IONOS, you have a dedicated contact person for personalized advice, tips to boost your online success, and technical support. Reach them via phone, chat and email, all at no cost to you as an IONOS customer.