To make your app accessible to the public, you can use a hosting service to build and deploy your site live on the web. In this tutorial, we will use Netlify, but you are welcome to choose your preferred hosting service.
Netlify will use your GitHub repository to build and deploy your site every time you commit a change to your code. To connect your repository to Netlify, you will need to create a new Netlify site and link it to your GitHub repository.
Create a new Netlify site
If you don't already have a Netlify account, go to Netlify.com and create a free account.
Add new site>
Import an existing project.
You will be prompted to connect to a Git provider. Choose GitHub and follow the on-screen instructions to authenticate your GitHub account. Then, choose your project’s GitHub repository from the list provided.
- To complete the process of deploying your app to the web, you will need to review and confirm the settings provided by Netlify. These settings should already be correctly configured for your refine project. Simply scroll down and click
Congratulations! You now have an refine website hosted on Netlify.
For more information on client-side routing, check out the create Create React App documentation on deployment.
Visit your new website
To view your new website, visit the URL provided in your site settings or type it into a browser window.