Framework integrations

This page describes commonly used build settings and other configuration tips for popular build tools and project architectures. Your particular settings may be different.

You can also check out common configurations for monorepos, generic JavaScript SPAs, and ignoring builds. For even more build configuration advice and to ask questions of your own, visit our Support Forums.

# Angular

Our docs provide an overview for using Angular on Netlify, while our blog post First steps using Netlify & Angular includes task-based setup instructions. The typical build settings are as follows. They differ depending on how you’ve set up your project and whether you’re using Scully, the static site generator for Angular.

  • For a standard Angular project:
    • Build command: ng build --prod
    • Publish directory: dist/YOUR_PROJECT_NAME
  • Using Angular Universal for prerendering:
    • Build command: npm run prerender
    • Publish directory: dist/YOUR_PROJECT_NAME/browser
  • Using Scully:
    • Build command: ng build —prod && npm run scully
    • Publish directory: dist/static

# Astro

Our docs provide an overview for using Astro on Netlify. You can also check out our introductory blog post about Astro and SSR. The default build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: astro build
  • Publish directory: dist

# Create React App

You can get started with our docs about Create React App on Netlify or read the instructions for deploying to Netlify in the Create React App docs. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: npm run build or yarn build
  • Publish directory: build

# Eleventy

Our docs provide an overview for using Eleventy on Netlify, and we have a Let’s Learn Eleventy blog post with instructions to get started with the framework. The default build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: eleventy
  • Publish directory: _site

# Gatsby

Our docs provide an overview for using Gatsby on Netlify, while the Gatsby docs include task-based instructions for deploying Gatsby sites to Netlify. For apps that use Gatsby Functions or can benefit from build caching, we provide the Essential Gatsby build plugin.

The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: gatsby build
  • Publish directory: public

# Gridsome

The Gridsome docs include instructions for deploying Gridsome to Netlify. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: gridsome build
  • Publish directory: dist

# Grunt

We automatically provide Grunt for you in the build environment in case your build command references it. We’ll run npm install grunt-cli for you before running your build command, in case your build command contains the string grunt. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: grunt build
  • Publish directory: dist

# Hexo

The Hexo docs include instructions for deploying Hexo to Netlify. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: hexo generate
  • Publish directory: public

# Hugo

Our docs provide an overview of Hugo on Netlify, while the Hugo docs include task-based instructions for deploying Hugo to Netlify. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: hugo
  • Publish directory: public

# Hydrogen

Our docs provide an overview of how Hydrogen works on Netlify. The typical build settings are:

  • Build command: npm run build
  • Publish directory: dist/client

# Jekyll

If your site is built with Jekyll, make sure you have a Gemfile and a Gemfile.lock checked into your repository, specifying the Jekyll version you want to use. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: jekyll build
  • Publish directory: _site

# Middleman

If your site is built with Middleman, make sure you have a Gemfile and a Gemfile.lock checked into your repository, specifying the Middleman version you want to use. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: middleman build
  • Publish directory: build

# MkDocs

If you’re using MkDocs, make sure to include the dependency in a Pipfile or requirements.txt file, specifying version 0.9.0 or above. You may also need to set your Python version. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: mkdocs build
  • Publish directory: site

# Next.js

Netlify’s buildbot can build and deploy all types of Next.js apps to our platform. You can learn more about using Next.js on Netlify in our docs.

For apps that require server-side rendering, we provide the Essential Next.js build plugin. This plugin enables server-side rendering through serverless functions and unlocks other framework-specific features for your Next.js application on Netlify.

For apps that use next export to generate static HTML, set the NETLIFY_NEXT_PLUGIN_SKIP environment variable to true.

The typical build settings are as follows. They differ depending on how your site is generated.

  • For apps that use server-side rendering and the Essential Next.js plugin:

    • Build command: next build
    • Publish directory: .next
  • For apps that use static HTML export:

    • Build command: next build && next export
    • Publish directory: out

# Nuxt

You can get an overview in our Nuxt on Netlify doc or read the Nuxt docs for instructions on how to deploy Nuxt on Netlify. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Nuxt 2
    • Build command: nuxt generate
    • Publish directory: dist
  • Nuxt 3 (beta)
    • Build command: nuxt build
    • Publish directory: dist

# Remix

Our docs provide all the information you need to deploy a Remix application on Netlify. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: remix build
  • Publish directory: public

# RedwoodJS

The fastest way to deploy a RedwoodJS project on Netlify is to run yarn rw setup deploy netlify in your terminal at your project’s root directory. This will create a netlify.toml file that contains all the configuration you need.

For more details, check out the RedwoodJS docs for deploying to Netlify.

# SvelteKit and Svelte

Check out our docs overview for using SvelteKit on Netlify or learn more in the SvelteKit Netlify adapter README. Typical build settings are as follows.

For projects built with SvelteKit:

For projects built with Svelte:

  • Build command: npm run build or yarn build
  • Publish directory: public

# Vue CLI

Our docs provide an overview for using the Vue CLI with Netlify, and you can also learn more in the Vue CLI docs. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: npm run build or yarn build
  • Publish directory: dist

# VuePress

The VuePress docs include instructions for deploying VuePress to Netlify. The typical build settings are as follows:

  • Build command: npm run docs:build or yarn docs:build
  • Publish directory: docs/.vuepress/dist

JavaScript SPAs

Monorepos