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Jetify Deployments is an easy, Devbox friendly way to deploy a stateless application to the cloud in a few minutes. Jetify can build and run any Docker container, and provides easy tools for configuring your project's secrets, custom domains, and more. Jetify connects to your projects Github repo to ensure that you always have the latest version of your application deployed.


If you want to invite team members to your projects, you will need to add a payment option and upgrade your account to a Solo Plan or higher. For more details, see our Plans and Pricing.


This quickstart will walk through how to configure and deploy a project with Jetify Cloud. We'll start by forking an example repo that is configured for Jetify Deployments, and then demonstrate how to connect your Github repo and activate deploys for your account.

Forking the Example Repo

To help you get started with Jetify Cloud, we've created an example Rails app that's been configured to deploy with Jetify Cloud.

You can fork this repo from the Github UI to add it to your account, or clone and push the repo to your Github account.

Connecting your Repo to Jetify Cloud

First, you'll need to sign-in with Github and connect your project to Jetify Cloud:

  1. From the Create Project screen, select Continue with Github to sign in with Github
  2. Select a Github Org to import your project from. If you are only a member of one org, it will be selected for you by default.
    1. If this is your first time importing a project from your org, you will need to install the Devbox Cloud app to provide access to your project
  3. Select a Repository to import your repo. If your project is not in the root directory of your repository, you can specify a subdirectory for Jetify to search for your project.

Once your project is added to Jetify Cloud, you can configure your secrets or deployments.

Deploying your Site

  1. Select the Deploys tab in your project
  2. Click the Enable Deployments button to turn on Jetify Deployments for your project
  3. Once activated, Jetify will automatically attempt to deploy your repository. You can select the deployment to view its status and build logs

If your site fails to deploy, or if you want to update your deployment, push a commit to the default branch of your repo to trigger a new deploy.

Visiting your Site

When your site has finished deploying, Jetify Cloud will display a preview URL that you can visit to test your application.

Congratulations! You've now deployed your first site with Jetify Cloud.

Next Steps