This topic describes how to deploy a Next.js application to Function Compute. Function Compute provides a method different from traditional deployment methods. You can deploy a traditional Next.js application to Function Compute and use the application for production without performing steps such as purchasing a machine. Your Next.js application can use the auto-scaling, pay-as-you-go, and O&M-free features of Function Compute.
Next.js is a React framework with server-side rendering. The framework is integrated with webpack, Babel, and Express. You can build server-side rendered (SSR) React applications by using only Next.js, React, and ReactDOM, and do not need to be concerned about routing. Next.js is highly integrated, making it easy to implement code splitting, redirection, hot updates, server rendering, and frontend rendering.
Step 1: Prepare the environment
You do not need to install Docker but only Funcraft. The easiest way to install Funcraft is to download the executable binary files.
- Install Funcraft on the local machine. For more information, see Install Funcraft.
- Run the
fun --versioncommand to check whether the installation is successful.
Step 2: Migrate the application
- Run the following command to create a Next.js project. If you already have a Next.js
project, skip this step.
npm init next-app
- Run the following command to open the project:
- Run the following command to run the local project:
npm run devThe following results are returned:
- Run the following command to compile the Next.js project:
npm run build
- Run the
fun deploy -ycommand to deploy the project to Function Compute.
Funcraft automatically begins to deploy the project.
During deployment, perform the following operations as prompted:
- When Funcraft detects that the project is not created by it, Funcraft prompts you
that it can create a project for you. Press the Enter key or enter Y.
- After Funcraft creates a project, it prompts you to deploy the project. Press the
Enter key or enter Y.Funcraft deploys the application to Function Compute.
After the project is deployed, check the logs to find the temporary domain name that Function Compute generated. You can use this temporary domain name to access the deployed application.Note The temporary domain name is used only for demonstration and development purposes. It is valid only for a limited time. To use an application in a production environment, you must bind a domain name that has been filed with Alibaba Cloud. For more information, see Bind a custom domain name.
- When Funcraft detects that the project is not created by it, Funcraft prompts you that it can create a project for you. Press the Enter key or enter Y.