DeployHQ is a code deployment platform designed to help you get files from Git, Mercurial & Subversion repositories onto your servers using SFTP, FTP and more!

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Deploying to servers in a private network

Posted on Friday 

Using a deployment service such as DeployHQ to automate your deployment process is very convenient, but it can be a troublesome process to set up if you don't have direct...

Using the DeployHQ CLI

Posted on Thursday 

With DeployHQ, you can deploy to your servers in several different ways. Most commonly, customers set up automatic deployments to trigger deployments on push to their repository host, deploy manually...

Migrate your GitHub Service Integrations to Webhooks

Posted on the 16th January 

As you may have seen, GitHub are currently discontinuing their old services integrations and replacing them with webhooks. In the past, users would add one of these to enable automatic...

Build command templates

Posted in December 2018 

We're pleased to announce the addition of a handy new feature to the DeployHQ build pipeline today - the ability to choose from a number of common build command sequences...

DeployHQ's Journey to the iOS App Store

Posted in December 2018 

When we decided to make native smartphone applications for DeployHQ we assumed that getting the iOS version approved on the store would be a simple affair. Unfortunately, this was not...

What does React.memo do?

Posted in November 2018 

React.memo is a higher order component that you can use to ensure functional components only re-render when the props change (much like PureComponent for class components).