Vercel is a cloud platform for static sites and Serverless Functions that fits perfectly with your workflow. It enables developers to host Jamstack websites and web services that deploy instantly, scale automatically, and requires no supervision, all with no 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 "Import Project" page under the "From an existing project" 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 August 4th 2020