Using Route53 for aliasing Cloudfront distributions

  • Amazon Route 53 to help you get a website or web application up and running.
  • Hope you have followed my previous blog posts for deploying Serverless React Applications for deploying the application into s3 and pointing a custom domain in cloudfront with ssl.
  • copy the domain name for the created distribution from the previous blog post.
  • Login to your AWS Console

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Adding SSL and custom domain to serverless react application with cloudfront

  • For deploying a server-less react application read my previous blog post.
  • This post explains to setup SSL and custom domain for your react application.
  • Login into AWS Console
  •  Go to services and search ‘cloudfront’ and select the ‘Cloudfront’.8-cf

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Deploying serverless React application using s3

Hello! Have you ever thought of deploying a react app without server? Well in this blog I will walk you through the steps for doing it using AWS s3.

  • Login into your aws console with your credentials.
  • In the services menu search s3 and choose the S3.1-s3-1.png
  • Click on the ‘Create bucket’ button.

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