We're excited to see more and more users taking advantage of Cleavr to deploy their Filament 2 applications! We understand that some of you may have run into a few issues, so we want to make sure you have the best experience possible. This blog will provide you with some easy steps to help you deploy your Filament apps.
Filament is an easy-to-use tool for creating a user-friendly administration interface. It's a great way to help you manage your content quickly and efficiently.
To get started, I've forked a demo application that we'll use as we go through this blog together.
Let’s get started by creating a Laravel site.
To ensure a smooth experience, make sure to turn on the 'Make NGINX compatible with Livewire' option. You also have the choice of either MySQL or Postgres databases - select whichever works best for you.
Now that the site is created, let's go over to the Deployment Workflow and configure the repo settings, and manage credentials so we can get everything up and running.
Head over to the Deployment
Basic page to configure your repo settings. Here, you can easily select the Filament repository you'd
like to deploy.
If you're just getting started with Filament, you can quickly get started by forking the repository from https://github.com/anishghimire862/filament-demo
Great! Now that your repo is all set up, let's get your app specific credentials updated. You can do this from the Environment page.
We are ready to deploy the application. Let's head over to the
Recent Deployments page and start the deployment by clicking the
Once the deployment completes, your Filament app is now accessible.
I hope that this blog will be helpful while deploying Filament applications.
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