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Analog supports deployment to many providers with little or no additional configuration using Nitro as its underlying server engine. You can find more providers in the Nitro deployment docs.


Analog supports deploying on Netlify with minimal configuration.

Deploying the Project

In the build settings of your Netlify project, set the publish directory to dist/analog/public to deploy the static assets and the functions directory to dist/analog to deploy the server.


Analog supports deploying on Vercel with no additional configuration.

Deploying the Project

By default, when deploying to Vercel, the build preset is handled automatically.

  1. Create a new project and select the repository that contains your code.

  2. Click 'Deploy'.

And that's it!

Setting the Preset Manually

There might be a case where Vercel doesn't load the preset automatically. In that case, you can do one of the following.

  • Set the BUILD_PRESET environment variable to vercel.
  • Set the preset in the vite.config.ts file:
import { defineConfig } from 'vite';
import analog from '@analogjs/platform';

export default defineConfig(({ mode }) => ({
  /// ...other config
  plugins: [
      nitro: {
        preset: 'vercel',

Cloudflare Pages

Analog supports deploying to Cloudflare Pages with minimal configuration.

Updating the Server Entry Point

The main.server.ts file should be updated to provide the full URL and the APP_BASE_HREF token on the server for Cloudflare support.

import { renderApplication } from '@angular/platform-server';
import { APP_BASE_HREF } from '@angular/common';
/// imports and bootstrap code ...

// set the base href
const baseHref = process.env['CF_PAGES_URL'] ?? `http://localhost:8888`;

export default async function render(url: string, document: string) {
  // Use the full URL and provide the APP_BASE_HREF
  const html = await renderApplication(bootstrap, {
    url: `${baseHref}${url}`,
    platformProviders: [{ provide: APP_BASE_HREF, useValue: baseHref }],

  return html;

Deploying to Cloudflare

To connect your repository and deploy automatically to Cloudflare:

  1. Log in to the Cloudflare dashboard and select your account.
  2. In Account Home, select Workers & Pages.
  3. Select Create application > Pages > Connect to Git.
  4. Enter npm run build as the Build Command.
  5. Enter dist/analog/public as the Build output directory.
  6. Leave the other default settings, click Save and Deploy.

The application deploys to Cloudflare's network on each push to the repository.

Nx and Cloudlfare

For Nx workspaces, the build output is under the app name. Update the Build output directory accordingly.

For example:

Build output directory: dist/[your-project-name]/analog/public

To test the build locally, run the following command:

BUILD_PRESET=cloudflare-pages npx nx build [your-project-name]

Running the application locally using Wrangler

You can also preview the application running on Cloudflare locally:

  1. Set the environment variable BUILD_PRESET to cloudflare-pages before running the build
BUILD_PRESET=cloudflare-pages npm run build
  1. Use the wrangler CLI to run the application locally
npx wrangler pages dev ./dist/analog/public


Analog supports Firebase Hosting with Cloud Functions out of the box.

See a Sample Repo with Firebase configured

Note: You need to be on the Blaze plan to use Analog with Cloud Functions.

If you don't already have a firebase.json in your root directory, Analog will create one the first time you run it. In this file, you will need to replace <your_project_id> with the ID of your Firebase project.

This file should then be committed to version control. You can also create a .firebaserc file if you don't want to manually pass your project ID to your firebase commands (with --project <your_project_id>):

  "projects": {
    "default": "<your_project_id>"

Then, just add Firebase dependencies to your project:

npm install -D firebase-admin firebase-functions firebase-functions-test

Using Firebase CLI

If prefer to set up your project with the Firebase CLI, which will fetch your project ID for you, add required dependencies (see above) and even set up automated deployments with GitHub Actions.

Install Firebase CLI globally

npm install -g firebase-tools

Note: You need to be on ^11.18.0 to deploy a nodejs18 function.

Initialize your Firebase project

Login to Firebase and select the Hosting and Functions options as shown below:

firebase login
firebase init
 ◉ Functions: Configure a Cloud Functions directory and its files
 ◉ Hosting: Configure files for Firebase Hosting and (optionally) set up
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Unless you have an existing Firebase project, select Create a new project to continue. Firebase will provision a new project and provide the URL to access the web console to manage it.

Once your project is created, select TypeScript as the language to use to write Cloud Functions. Proceed with accepting the default parameters by pressing Enter.

When prompted for the public directory, enter dist/analog/public.

In the next step, take the default option, N, on whether to configure as a single-page app. This is important! Do not configure your project as a single-page app.

After setup completes, ensure that the following properties are configured correctly in your firebase.json file. This ensures server-side rendering will work correctly with Cloud Functions:

  "functions": {
    "source": "dist/analog/server"
  "hosting": [
      "site": "<your_project_id>",
      "public": "dist/analog/public",
      "cleanUrls": true,
      "rewrites": [
          "source": "**",
          "function": "server"

You can find more details in the Firebase documentation.

Firebase functions

Ensure that you set up Firebase functions as described in the previous section. Next, you must configure Nitro correctly for Firebase Cloud Functions to work.

In vite.config.ts update the nitro property with the configuration options that fit your needs, like your Node.js version and preferred region.

nitro: {
  preset: 'firebase',
  firebase: {
    nodeVersion: '20',
    gen: 2,
    httpsOptions: {
      region: 'us-east1',
      maxInstances: 100,

Local preview

You can preview a local version of your site to test things out without deploying.

BUILD_PRESET=firebase npm run build
firebase emulators:start

Deploy to Firebase Hosting using the CLI

To deploy to Firebase Hosting, run the firebase deploy command.

BUILD_PRESET=firebase npm run build
firebase deploy

Firebase Warnings

When configuring or deploying Firebase you may see warnings like:

npm WARN EBADENGINE Unsupported engine {
npm WARN EBADENGINE   package: undefined,
npm WARN EBADENGINE   required: { node: '18' },
npm WARN EBADENGINE   current: { node: 'v20.11.0', npm: '10.2.4' }
 ⚠  functions: Couldn't find firebase-functions package in your source code. Have you run 'npm install'?

These are benign errors and can be ignored, so long as you make sure your environment configuration matches Nitro.

Analog supports deploying on Render with minimal configuration.

Web Service Deployment

  1. Create a new Web Service and select the repository that contains your code.

  2. Ensure the 'Node' environment is selected.

  3. Specify your Node version for Render to use (v18.13.0 or higher recommended) - Render by default uses Node 14, which fails to correctly build an Analog site

  4. Depending on your package manager, set the build command to yarn && yarn build, npm install && npm run build, or pnpm i --shamefully-hoist && pnpm build.

  5. Update the start command to node dist/analog/server/index.mjs

  6. Click 'Advanced' and add an environment variable with BUILD_PRESET set to render-com.

  7. Click 'Create Web Service'.

Static Site Deployment

If using Analog to pre-render static content, you can deploy a static site on Render with minimal configuration

  1. Create a new Static Site and select the repository that contains your code.

  2. Depending on your package manager, set the build command to yarn && yarn build, npm install && npm run build, or pnpm i --shamefully-hoist && pnpm build..

  3. Set the publish directory to the public directory inside of the dist build directory (e.g. dist/analog/public)

  4. Click 'Create Static Site'


Analog supports deploying on Edgio with minimal configuration.

  1. Install the Edgio CLI:
npm i -g @edgio/cli
  1. In your project's directory, initialize Edgio:
edgio init --connector=@edgio/analogjs
  1. Deploy To Edgio
edgio deploy

GitHub Pages (Static Site Deployment)

Analog supports deploying a static site on GitHub Pages. When deploying your site to GitHub Pages, you must add an empty file called .nojekyll in the root directory of the gh-pages branch.

You can automate the deployment using the Analog Publish Github Pages action:

name: Build and Deploy

      - 'main'

    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
      - uses: actions/checkout@v4
      - uses: actions/setup-node@v4
          node-version: '20.x'
      - uses: k9n-dev/analog-publish-gh-pages@v1.0.0
          access-token: ${{ secrets.ACCESS_TOKEN }}
          # further options are available.
          # see:

Or you can do it by your own like this:

name: Build Deploy

      - '*' # deploy on all branches (but a --dry-run flag is added for branches (see code below))

  TARGET_DIR: dist/analog/public

    runs-on: ubuntu-latest
      - uses: actions/checkout@v4
      - uses: actions/setup-node@v4
          node-version: '20.x'
      - name: Set environment variable based on branch
        run: |
          if [[ $GITHUB_REF == refs/heads/main || $GITHUB_REF == refs/heads/master ]]; then
            echo "Branch is main or master. Setting DRY_RUN_OPTION to empty."
            echo "DRY_RUN_OPTION=" >> $GITHUB_ENV
            echo "Branch is not main or master. Setting DRY_RUN_OPTION to '--dry-run'."
            echo "DRY_RUN_OPTION=--dry-run" >> $GITHUB_ENV
      - name: Install
        run: npm ci
      - name: Build
        run: npm run build
      - name: Deploy Website (gh-pages branch)
          GH_TOKEN: ${{ secrets.ACCESS_TOKEN }} # A token must be created to be able to deploy on the gh-pages branch
          CNAME_OPTION: # omit if your not running it on a custom domain
        run: |
          npx angular-cli-ghpages --no-silent --dir="${{env.TARGET_DIR}}" $CNAME_OPTION $DRY_RUN_OPTION