How to Deploy a Website
Learn how to publish a personal website to the public Internet.
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Time to completeApprox. 2 hours
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About this course
Deploying—or pushing new code to a server—is an integral part of a developer’s daily workflow. Knowing the relationship between your computer (including your local development environment) and the Internet, as well as how to communicate between the two, is essential for every developer.
Syllabus3 lessons • 0 projects • 0 quizzes
Hands-on learningDon’t just watch or read about someone else coding — write your own code live in our online, interactive platform. You’ll even get AI-driven recommendations on what you need to review to help keep you on track.
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Frequently asked questions about How to Deploy a Website
Before a website goes live, it’s coded in a development environment where developers can make tweaks and changes and ensure that everything operates as it should. Once it’s finished, the code is uploaded (or deployed) to a live environment, where people can find and interact with it on the internet.