With our GitHub and GitLab integrations, we now offer a streamlined approach to import and deploy projects with Vercel, directly from your dashboard. Once imported, your repository will be configured automatically so that you can push to deploy.
Automatically deploy a template or repository to Vercel.
We now highlight the two most important aspects of your projects: production deployment and preview deployments. Stay informed about your live production deployment, and see what your teammates are working on with a preview deployments list filtered by each member.
An overview of your live production deployment.
Preview deployments from git branches or deployed with vercel.
To help debug your projects, logs are now incorporated into the deployment overview. Logs can now be filtered by a specific serverless function or build output and copied to your clipboard in a single click.
If the deployment is made with our GitHub or GitLab integrations, you will find relevant information about the git commit, author, branch, and repository.
The overview provides meaningful information about an individual deployment.
As part of Zero Config Deployments, you can now associate production domains with each of your projects in place of the alias field of vercel.json. This includes .vercel.app domains and any custom domains bought through Vercel or external services.
The interface guides you in setting up production domains for your project.