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GitHub and Netlify are two powerful tools that have revolutionized the way developers build, manage, and deploy web applications. Used together, they provide a seamless workflow for developers, making it easier to create and maintain dynamic, high-performing web site.

GitHub is a web-based Git repository hosting service that provides source code management (SCM), version control, and collaboration tools. With GitHub, developers can store, share, and manage their code and projects, making it a hub for open-source projects, as well as private ones.

Netlify, on the other hand, is a platform for hosting, building, and deploying web applications. It provides a simple and streamlined platform for developers to deploy their code, track its performance, and collaborate with their team.

When these two platforms are used together, they create a powerful and efficient workflow for web development. GitHub provides a platform for version control and collaboration, while Netlify provides a platform for deployment and hosting. This combination allows developers to focus on writing code and lets Netlify handle the hosting and deployment of their application.

The steps to set up a Netlify app and connect it to your GitHub repository.

Step 1: Create a New Site on Netlify

To get started, sign up for a Netlify account or log in if you already have one. Once you're logged in, click on the "New site from Git" button to create a new site.

Step 2: Connect Your GitHub Repository

In the "Continuous Deployment" section, select "GitHub" as your Git provider and authorize Netlify to access your GitHub account. Next, select the repository that contains the code you want to deploy.

Step 3: Configure Your Build Settings

In the "Build settings" section, specify the build command and publish directory for your site. The build command will typically be something like npm run build or yarn build, and the publish directory will be the location of the compiled static files generated by your build process.

Step 4: Deploy Your Site

Once you've completed these steps, click the "Deploy site" button to start the deployment process. Netlify will automatically build and deploy your site whenever you push new changes to your GitHub repository.

Step 5: Monitor Your Deployment

You can monitor the progress of your deployment in the Netlify dashboard. Once the deployment is complete, you'll be able to access your site by visiting the URL provided by Netlify.


With Netlify and GitHub, it's easy to set up a continuous deployment pipeline for your web applications. Simply connect your GitHub repository to Netlify, specify your build settings, and your site will automatically update whenever you push changes to GitHub. Give it a try and see how it can streamline your development workflow!

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