Static Apps

Deploying a static app powered by HTML, CSS, and JavaScript is easy on NorthStack. In this article, we'll show you how to create and deploy a static app within minutes.


If you haven't already, you'll want to read over our Getting Started Guide that will walk you through the basics of getting started with the NorthStack CLI. At a minimum, you should already have the NorthStack CLI installed and ready to use on your local machine.

Creating a Static NorthStack App

To begin, let's go ahead and create a new NorthStack app. Open a new terminal window and enter the following command to create a new app with the NorthStack CLI:

northstack app:create "MyStaticApp" "" static

If all went well, your new static app should now be created!

Updating App Files

To update the contents of your app, place them within the app/public directory inside your main NorthStack app contents. The contents within this directory will be available when deployed.

If you're using Jekyll to create your static app, we recommend taking a look at our Jekyll getting started guide.

Deploying Your App

To deploy a static app on NorthStack, simply use the northstack app:deploy CLI command like any other app. For more information on deploying sites using the CLI, see our article on the app:deploy command.

Deploying From GitHub

Apps can also be deployed directly from GitHub. For more information on configurating automatic deployments, see our article on configuring GitHub for automatic deployments.