There are many different ways to deploy Craft: manually, homespun scripts, using one of the various deployment services, and deployments integrated in hosting providers. This course attempts to catalog all of the different ways you can deploy Craft.
I am the creator of CraftQuest, a web developer, and former software team manager. I spend most of my time improving CraftQuest with code and courses. When I'm not in front of the computer, I spend my time with my family, and running on the roads and trails of Austin, TX.
Deploying Craft CMS 3 is made up of the following videos:
|1||Manually Deploying Craft without Composer||How to manually deploy Craft 3 via SFTP and not allow Composer installation or updates.||08:56|
|2||Manually Deploying Craft with Composer||We step through deploying a Craft CMS website while also keeping Composer usage intact.||10:12|
|3||Deploying Craft 3 with Buddy||Buddy is a pipeline-driven deployment and build tool. And it can be a really powerful way to deploy your Craft-powered website using their Atomic Deployment template. Follow along as Ryan steps through the process of deploying websites with Buddy.||13:41|
|4||Deploying Craft CMS with Envoyer||How to deploy a Craft website using Laravel Envoyer.||09:27|
Ryan is joined by Frank Lämmer and Oliver Stark from fortrabbit to talk hosting and deployments.
In this lesson, Ryan walks through how to enable and use the project config feature on a website that is already launched.
Ryan and Andrew review how to use the Dotenvy plugin to inject variables into an environment.
Ryan and Andrew cover the ins and outs of environment variables, aliases, and more during this livestream.
This course catalogs many of the different ways you can deploy Craft.
Ryan is joined by Andrew Welch of nystudio107 to talk about deploying Craft CMS.
You have your site complete, but how do you deploy it?