4EVERLAND

Sep 2, 2021

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4EVER-HOSTING Tutorial

4EVERLAND is a Web3.0 cloud computing platform with global acceleration, privacy protection, distributed storage and other technical features.

4EVER-HOSTING is an application for developers that can be accessed from the official website of 4EVERLAND. Developers can deploy DWeb to the 4EVERLAND gateway through the visual interface (Hosting App) or the command line (@4everland/cli ). All nodes in 4EVERLAND can provide persistent storage for the DWeb, and all gateways can provide acceleration for the DWeb.

Welcome to hosting in 4EVERLAND!

Step1: Visit 4EVERLAND official website: https://www.4everland.org

Step2: Authorize with your GitHub account to log into 4EVERLAND.

Step3: After you’ve logged in, click “Get Started For Free” on the Hosting page to deploy a new project.

Step4: Before deploying, we need to read and agree to the terms of use and privacy policy.

In the ALPHA version, you will enjoy free Network and 40G of storage. Now, let’s get started.

Step5: First, click the blue “Connect to Git” button in the top left corner. Next, select “All repositories” and click “Install.”

Step6: Choose the template you’d like to deploy and enter a name for the project and click “Create.”

Step7: You can edit the root directory and choose the framework, reset the Build and Output Settings and Environment Variables, or you can use the default settings.

Step8: Now click the “Deploy” button. The project is automatically being deployed in the 4EVER server. This should take less than a minute. In the detail panel, you can find the status, build logs, running time, and more.

Step9: OK, you’ve now begun your Web3.0 journey! Once the project is deployed, you can check the project on the 4EVERLAND homepage. Just click “Visit”to view the website. Welcome to 4EVERLAND!

If the build steps failed and build settings needs to be updated, checkout: Project Settings

Step10: Custom Domains

Please add the following CNAME record in your DNS records first.

Click on “Settings” on the navigation tab, and navigate to “Domains” in the sub sections and add the configured domain name.