With an app launched, you're ready to deploy to it.
Nanobox provides "dry-run" functionality that provisions a virtual environment in Nanobox and simulates a deploy has if it were going to production servers. If it works in a dry-run, it will work when deploying live.
# deploy to a dry-run/staging environment nanobox deploy dry-run # Add a convenient way to access your dry-run # app from your browser (optional) nanobox dns add dry-run myapp.st
Visit and test your app in your browser at
Add Your Live App as a Remote
In order to deploy your code to your live app, you need to add the app you launched with Nanobox as a remote. This is done using the
# link the project to your live app nanobox remote add app-name
For more information about the
remote command, view the 'remote' documentation.
Deploy to Production
deploy command will deploy your app to your live server(s).
In order to keep your compiled code package as small as possible and upload times short, we recommend adding a
.nanoignore file to the root of your project. Here you can specify files to omit from compiled code. More information is available in the .nanoignore documentation.
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