In this last step, we will go ahead and deploy our web site to the Netlify with the help of Sitelify.
- How to setup Sitecore JSS
- How to connect to Sitecore Instance
- How to build a functioning Sitecore JSS app
- How to deploy Sitecore JSS app to Sitecore
- How to deploy to your Sitecore JSS site to Netlify with Sitelify
What is Netlify?
Netlify is a service, that allows you to easily deploy and host your modern static websites and it is blazing fast. Deploy your site in 30 seconds.
- Hosting Free
- Continuous Deployment from Git
- Serverless Functions
What is Sitelify?
To get more info about Sitelify, please visit the website directly: https://sitelify.io/
You will need to acquire an Access Token in order to deploy the site to the Netlify. Request Access
Official Documentation > https://docs.sitelify.io/docs/getting-started
The first step to do install Sitelify Manager
Next, we will open Altola.Sitelify.config that has been added to our App_Config
Please follow the official documentation, https://docs.sitelify.io since this blog post, might not be updated with the latest documentation.
Once you generated the Netlify token and obtained a Sitelify Access Token, you can enter them in the config shows above, save the file, restart the instance.
After creating a new site and naming it JSS Blog on Sitelify, we need to create a Netlify site, where we will be deploying our JSS site.
Next, we will Deploy the web site to Netlify.
Now let’s view the website from the Netlfiy.
Now you see your site on the web. You can visit either one of the links:
Congratulations, you have completed your journey with Sitecore JSS!
You have a web site running on Netlify that was built with Sitecore JSS. Share your work and don’t forget to tweet about it, and add hashtag #sitecoreJSS