Deploying with Netlify and Herokupro-logo



You’ve created a site or an app on your local computer, and now you want to share it with the world. What do you do? You could spend days on the deployment process—finding a hosting service, server space, a domain, and more—or you could use Heroku or Netlify! Heroku and Netlify are cloud platforms designed to make it easy for you to deploy your creations on the web. Netlify is specialized for static sites, while Heroku lets you create your own backend and deploy that way. Whether you want a step-by-step guide to Heroku, Netlify, or both, Codecademy has you covered.

Take-Away Skills:

You’ll learn the unique features of Netlify and Heroku and determine when to use each. Come away knowing how to deploy a range of static or dynamic apps and sites quickly, simply, and securely.

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    If you need to get a static site up and running to share with people, Netlify’s got you covered.
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    Quickly deploy applications using Heroku to get your Minimal Viable Product or Proof of Concept up and running.
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