4EVERLAND is a platform that allows you to host fast, efficient, and uncensored websites or DApps on Web3. Today, let's take a look at how to deploy your own project using 4everland.
Why Choose 4EVERLAND
- Free deployment of front-end applications
- Support for one-click import
- Support for custom domain names and SSL configuration for HTTPS
- Simple and user-friendly, free personal accounts can deploy next.js, Nuxt.js, Gatsby.js, Angular, Ember.js, Hexo, and more
- Decentralized with IPFS, no need to worry about downtime
It can be said that 4everland can fulfill all the functions that Vercel can do, and it is even more powerful. Hosting is just one of the basic functions on 4everland. According to the official roadmap, 4everland has great ambitions in the web3.0 field.
Getting Started with Deployment
- First, successfully deploy GitHub Pages (you can directly fork the project you need to your GitHub, this article uses NotionNext as an example)
- Then log in to the 4everland official website and import it with one click
First, fork the following project to your own GitHub:
Choose GitHub login on the 4everland official website:
Choose hosting -> New Project
Choose your GitHub account and import the corresponding project
After configuring the relevant settings, simply deploy it
You can refer to the readme file of your own project for specific configurations.
Note: Some functions may require signing in with a Metamask wallet for operation. You can refer to the following link for more information on how to use Metamask and add networks.