Vercel is a deployment and collaboration platform for frontend developers. ​Vercel puts the frontend developer first, giving them comprehensive tools to build high-performance websites and applications.

Vercel enables developers to host websites and web services that deploy instantly and scale automatically – all without any configuration.

Deploy an Existing Project

Once you have signed up to Vercel, you can use GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket to deploy an existing project – then with a deployment for every push – by selecting a repository from your Git account.

Select a Git provider below to get started deploying your existing repositories and projects:

Connect through the "New Project" page under the "Import Git Repository" section, and then from the same place, set up a Project to get automatic Deployments via Git.

Note: For more information on setting up Git to deploy with Vercel and what you can do with it, see the Git documentation.

Alternatively, if you want to start fresh with a new project, use a Quickstart template from below. Additionally, you can use this method to start a new Git repository on GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket.


Quickstarts let you get started quickly. The following quickstarts are paired with guides and a deploy button, based on the example found in the Vercel repository, to help you get going with your project as fast as possible.


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Last Edited on April 15th 2021