Deploying a branch

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This is an article for advanced users of Frontastic.

Deploying a branch can be very useful if you want to apply a small fix to the currently deployed version in the production system.

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We've changed this process recently (January 2021) so please check the new steps. They're basically the same as outlined in the Deployment article.

  1. Push an (empty) commit with the keyword #build to the desired remote branch

  2. Wait for our build system to perform the build

  3. Pull the branch with the built assets

  4. Make sure it's synchronized to your Frontastic sandboxFrontastic sandbox - A virtual machine hosted in the cloud that you can use for backend and some frontend development. They're provisioned from the developer area of the Frontastic studio.

  5. Open your Frontastic studio, click Developer, then Deployment, or use the URL similar to the https://<your-project>.frontastic.io/developer/deployment

  6. Click Deploy new version

  7. Select the tag you created in the list and it will bring that build to staging


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