When your application is ready to be shared with others you might find interest into deploying it to the online platform.
If you don't have a Lenra app yet, you can create one.
Before deploying your app, you need to create a git repository for it. This repo will have to be accessible from the internet, you can use GitHub, GitLab, BitBucket or any other git hosting service. You can use a private repository, but you will need to follow our dedicated guide.
Make sure your app is working in production mode locally (using the Lenra CLI) before deploying it by running the following command in your app directory:
# Build the app for production
lenra build --production
# Start the app previously built
You can then test your app by opening http://localhost:4000 in your browser or starting your custom client.
Deploy your app
Create an account on dev.lenra.io.
After successfully completing this step you will be redirected to the creation of your first project, just enter a name and the URL of the app git repository. For private repositories, follow our dedicated guide.
Then you simply click
Publish my application at the top right corner, your application will be sent to Lenra's servers and deployed to be accessible directly for the Lenra Store.
Once your application is fully deployed on our servers, it will be accessible by clicking the
See my application button. This will open a new tab with the application running on the Lenra client (still in beta).
You can configure an external client to have advanced customisation on the UI of your app. Look at the corresponding guide to configure your clients.
You also can configure the access to your application by reading the corresponding guide.