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description: | Deploy a fresh application to Deno Deploy in seconds, making it available on the edge globally - resulting in fantastic user latency worldwide.

As a final step in the getting started guide, we’ll deploy the demo site to the public internet using Deno Deploy. Deno Deploy is a globally distributed edge runtime built by the Deno company that allows developers to quickly and painlessly deploy web applications to the internet. Deno Deploy has edge nodes all over the world that serve traffic. Because of this, users worldwide have fantastic latency because their traffic is served from a server that is physically close to them.

To deploy to Deno Deploy, we’ll make use of the GitHub integration. To use this the code needs to be pushed to a repository on GitHub. Once this has been done, one must go to the Deno Deploy dashboard and create a new project.

After creating the project, head to the “Git” tab in the project settings, select the repository, the production branch (main) and the entrypoint file (main.ts). This will link the project to the repository and automatically deploy it to the internet. The project will now be available at https://$

Every time the code in the GitHub repository is updated, it will be deployed either as a preview or production deployment. Production deployments are only created for changes to the default/production branch (often main).