Stitch automated deployments with GitHub

Lauren Schaefer


Stitch's new automated Github deployments make integrating Stitch into your application deployment processes a breeze. When you configure automated deployments, you can link your Stitch application to a GitHub repository where you will store your Stitch application files. Then Stitch will automatically deploy any changes that you push to the master branch of your GitHub repository. Watch the short video below for a demo of this handy feature.

Be on the lookout for my next video where I’ll show you how to configure automated deployments. In the meantime, check out Stitch and let me know what you think in the comments.

For more detailed information about Stitch automated deployments, see the official documentation.