One of the benefits of using a tool like Gatsby that generates static files for your application is that the requirements for a hosting environment are pretty minimal. You can deploy to countless hosting solutions -- such as Netlify, Cloudfront, and GitHub Pages -- with minimal effort.
However, there are still some things we can do to improve the experience, like using CI/CD to automatically build and deploy our application when changes are merged in Git, or integration with our CMS so that when an editor adds or edits content it triggers a build of the application.
In this tutorial we'll:
By the end of this tutorial you should have some ideas about how, and where, to deploy your production Gatsby application.
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