Deploying Applications with Vercel

With Vercel we effortlessly deploy our JavaScript applications.


Before we begin, make sure you have the following:

  • A Git repository for the project.
  • A Vercel account (sign up at
  • Access to the NoA Ignite team. If you don’t have access to the team, talk with your Technical Director.

Automatic Deployments

Vercel allows us to set up automatic deployments, so the application is automatically deployed whenever changes are pushed to the Git repository.

Creating a project in Vercel

  1. Connect the Git repository to Vercel.
  2. Configure deployment settings, selecting the appropriate framework preset for optimized configuration (e.g., Next.js, Create React App).
  3. Add environment variables to your deployment, if needed.
  4. Review the deployment settings and click “Deploy” to start the process.
  5. Monitor the deployment progress in the Vercel dashboard or deployment logs.
  6. Access your deployed application using the provided URL.

NoA Ignite’s Vercel vs Client’s Vercel

During the early development stages, we can use our own Vercel account for deploying and testing our applications. This allows for quick development and collaboration within the team.

As the project progresses, it’s important to prioritize moving the project to the client’s Vercel account.

This will make sure billing and ownership is handled by the client and that we can prepare the project for going live.