Versioning and deploying a static website with Git, Flightplan and Nginx

September 08, 2015#javascript, #server, #node-js, #nginx, #git, #flightplan, #collaborationcomments

— Published by Luciano Mammino's profile pictureLuciano Mammino

Do you ever wondered how to manage the versioning and deployment process of a website? It seems to be a very interesting yet complex topic for which there are already thousands of different solutions. In a recent collaboration with Usersnap I had the pleasure to write a very detailed article for their blog that proposes a solution based on Flightplan.js, Git and Nginx.

My solution is very simple, it requires very few dependencies on your system (Git and Node.js) and it has been thought to give you the basics of how to define a minimal yet complete setup that it’s easy to customize and extend for more complex requirements.

Without further ado I really advice you to go and read the article on the Usersnap blog:

A beginner’s guide to deploying static sites with versioning and rollbacks using Flightplan

A beginner's guide to deploying static websites

If you like the article or you have any question or comment, please use the comment box on the Usersnap blog post.

Cheers :)

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