Deploying to Netlify

Netlify is a commercial platform for hosting static websites and single page applications. To deploy to Netlify, you need to push your code to a remote Git repository. But first, you need to set up a local Git repository and get version control in place. Once that’s done, you’ll push your local repository to a remote repository so you can integrate it with other services.

If you don’t have Git installed locally, follow the installation instructions on the official Git website.[39] Then, follow the instructions they provide to configure your client.[40]

Once Git is installed, navigate to your project directory and run the git init command to convert your directory into a new Git repository:

 $ ​​git​​ ​​init

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