Import an Existing Project from Git Repository
application.nucal.com is an all-in-one platform for automating modern web projects. While the application allows users to create a new application, also allows an existing front-end application to be ready to deploy with the help of a git provider.
Connect to GitHub account where your site’s source code is hosted. When you push to Git, we run your application of choice on our servers and deploy the result.
To import an existing project
1. Go to the Application page
2. Click the Add application button
3. Select Import an existing project option.
4. Select the Git provider where the project is hosted.
5. Select the project’s existing repository.
6. Adjust site and build settings if necessary.
7. Click Deploy site.
Deployment starts automatically, and for the manage your application clicks the Manage Application Button. The system redirects to nucal application portal.
If this is your first application, you’ll need to connect Nucal application to your GitHub account and Authorize NuCAL on GitHub.
There may be occasions where you need to re-authenticate your GitHub account, for example, when we release an update to the GitHub integration or if you have not visited the Applications page for 3 months or more. This is because nucal application uses user access tokens to make calls to GitHub in the user’s name, and these tokens expire if they have not been used for 3 months or more.