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Site Deployment
Each new website deployment will be done automatically after longlining into the platform and connecting with a GitHub repository.

Create a Deployment

First log in with your wallet (Metamask, Solana, and Flow wallets are currently supported). Then connect with your Github account, select your project and deploy it or use a 4EVERLAND source template. Every new website deployment will be done automatically. It means you can easily deploy your website with just one click.
4EVERLAND will autodetect the website's framework and apply the appropriate build parameters. In some cases, however, you might need to input the parameters manually. Either at the initial website deployment stage or in the website settings after it has been deployed.Below are the build parameters, which you can modify.
  • Framework Preset: You can modify the configuring of the language framework for the build deployment.
  • Build command: The commands to execute to build the website. E.g: npm run lint && npm run build
  • Output directory: You can choose default or empty.
  • Environment variables: The values of your environment variables.

Monitoring a Deployment

4EVERLAND offers a host of logging tools to aid in monitoring your site.

Deploy Logs

The deploy log includes all the standard output which comes from running your building as well as 4EVERLAND-specific information, 4EVERLAND configuration file processing, etc.

Overviewing a Deployment

Deploy overviews offer you a comprehensive view during the process of deployment.

Advanced Settings

During your website building phase, we make some assumptions about system dependencies and tools. If you want to use data statistics or delete a deployment. You can configure advanced settings. To do this, go to your site overview, click Settings, and scroll down to the Advanced Settings section.
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Create a Deployment
Monitoring a Deployment
Deploy Logs
Overviewing a Deployment
Advanced Settings