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How do I deploy GitHub to DigitalOcean?

Last updated on September 25, 2022 @ 2:33 pm

Deploying GitHub to DigitalOcean can be a breeze. Follow these simple steps:

First, create a new DigitalOcean account if you don’t have one. Then, download and install the DigitalOcean client.

Next, connect to your DigitalOcean account via the client.

Finally, clone your GitHub repository to your DigitalOcean account. To do this, open the DigitalOcean client, go to your repository, and click the “Clone or Download” button.

After your repository has been cloned, you can start setting up your GitHub environment. To do this, click the “Settings” button on your repository, and under “Deployment,” click the “Deploy to DigitalOcean” button.

To deploy your repository to DigitalOcean, provide the following information:

PRO TIP: This article is outdated and no longer reflects the current state of GitHub’s integration with DigitalOcean.

Your GitHub user name

Your GitHub password

The name of your DigitalOcean droplet

The SSH public key for your droplet

After providing the necessary information, click the “Deploy” button to start the deployment process.

Once your repository has been deployed to DigitalOcean, you can access it using your GitHub account. To do this, open your GitHub account, go to your repository, and click the “Deploy to GitHub” button.

Dale Leydon

Dale Leydon

Sysadmin turned Javascript developer. Owner of 20+ apps graveyard, and a couple of successful ones.