A react app is a single page application which means that there's only one document i.e.
In this tutorial, I am going to show you how you can deploy a react app on netlify from an existing
git repository of yours.
- Create a
netlify.tomlfile at the rool of your react app and add the following rule to it.
[[redirects]] from = "/*" to = "/index.html" status = 200
The above rule is applicable if you have multiple routes and have used libraries like
react-routerin your project.
Basically what we are doing here is we are telling netlify to redirect all the routes to our
index.html file with a status code of 200 because our application is built with react and it is a single page application. We already discussed what an SPA is at the very beginning of this tutorial.
- Set up an account on netlify if you haven't already.
- Go to the
sitestab and add a new site.
import an existing projectfrom the dropdown menu.
- You will see a number of providers from which you can import your project.
- Authenticate and select a repository.
- Modify the default deployment configuration as per your requirement.
- If required, you can also add
- Finally, click on
deploy siteand your site should be deployed.
That's all for now. Signing off.
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