Deploy to Render Button

You can make it easy for others to deploy your services to Render using the Deploy to Render button.

Deploy to Render button

Once you add the Deploy to Render button to a README in your repo, your users can simply click the button, review the services to be deployed on their Render account and click approve to set everything up instantly and without any additional work.

Follow these steps to add the button for your repo.

  1. Create a render.yaml file describing the services you want to deploy from your repository.

  2. Make sure your repository is accessible to your users.

    • Public repos are supported out of the box.
    • For private GitHub repos install Render’s GitHub App on your repo.
    • For private GitLab repos grant your users clone access to the repo.
  3. Add the Deploy to Render button to your GitHub/GitLab

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    By default Render uses the referrer of the page containing the Deploy to Render button to detect the repository to deploy. You can also explicitly specify a repository as shown below.

Specifying a Repository

If you’re embedding the button anywhere other than a README in your public Git repo, you can use the repo query parameter in the button’s target URL.

Set the value of repo to the full https:// URL for your Git repo. Here’s an example.

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Specifying a Branch

By default the repo’s default branch (normally main or master) is deployed. You can deploy a different branch by appending /tree/branch_name to the end of the repo query parameter. As an example, the link below will deploy a branch named bugfix-123.

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