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Praise Adanlawo
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Oct 14, 2022 ⋅ 7 min read

Deploying React apps to Netlify: 3 methods

Praise Adanlawo Praise Adanlawo is an infrastructure and cloud engineer with good, hands-on knowledge of building CI/CD pipelines, automation, infrastructure as code (terraform), source code management, and source code containerization.

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3 Replies to "Deploying React apps to Netlify: 3 methods"

  1. I use Github Actions with my server to deploy static site to Netlify by CLI command after build on my own server. Good that they added branch preview to that option as well. It work great and is now considered best alternatives to any build! Yay

  2. Great post. just followed this cli option, I found it was super easy to follow and deploy, especially compared to azure. Thanks.

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