WunderGraph Cloud is currently in private alpha. If you haven't done so already, sign up using the banner on the top of this page.
There are a few requirements your project needs to have to be able to deploy to WunderGraph Cloud.
- Your repository needs to be hosted in Github.
- Currently only deployments on your repository default branch are supported.
- There needs to be one
.wundergraphfolder in the project, it can be in a nested folder.
Setup your repository
The fastest way to get started is to fork our example repository .
After forking the repo, or if you already have a repository with a WunderGraph project set up, head over to the cloud and log in with your Github account.
Import your repository
In the cloud dashboard click
+ New project and then
Continue with Github to give WunderGraph access to your repositories.
A popup wil open, now select the Github account or organization of your repository.
All repositories or
Only select repositiries to give access to specific repositories.
Install & Authorize, the popup will automatically close.
You should now see your repositories listed on the dashboard, click
Import on the repository you want to deploy.
Now choose a name and
Deploy the project, this could take a anywhere from 30 seconds to a few minutes.
Congrats! Your first WunderGraph Cloud project has been deployed 🥳