Once you have created a project, you will need to select your plan. This will determine the resources that are allocated to your project and the features that are available to you.
|Select the region closest to your audience. This will ensure the fastest communication between your data and your client.
|A name for your project. You can change this at any time.
|Choose a unique slug to identify your project. This needs to be unique for your team and you can change it any time.
|Select the team you want to create the project under. If this is your first project, a personal team will be created for you automatically. You can modify your team settings and invite new members at any time from the Team Settings page.
If you are deploying a new project from a template, the following settings will be automatically configured for you. If you are using your own repository, you need to make sure your build settings are accurate for your project to deploy correctly.
|The folder where your
package.json file lives.
|The command used to install your modules, for example:
yarn install or
|The command used to build your application, for example:
yarn build or
npm run build
|The command used to serve your application, for example:
yarn serve or
npm run serve
|Branch to Deploy
|Select the branch of your repository that you want to deploy from. This is the branch that will be used to build your project when you commit new changes.
|Set a default domain for your project. This must be unique and you will not able to change it. You can always add a custom domain later in your project settings.
Any of the features in Payload Cloud that require environment variables will automatically be provided to your application. If your app requires any custom environment variables, you can set them here.
Payment methods can be set per project and can be updated any time. You can use team’s default payment method, or add a new one. Modify your payment methods in your Project settings / Team settings.