What kind of website is Amazon

Host a static website

To be able to carry out this tutorial, you need to create and initialize a repository. The easiest way to do this is with the create-react-app command. Install this package using the following command in your command prompt or terminal:

Do you already have a repository to connect to? Skip to step c below.
Do you want to provision without connecting to a Git provider? Get started by clicking here.

In this step, you will create a GitHub repository and commit your code to the repository. You will need a GitHub account to complete this step. If you do not have an account, register here.

a. Create a new GitHub repository for your app (link).

b. Initialize Git and push the application to the new GitHub repository by running the following commands in your command line interface:

c. To connect your repository, log into the Amplify console and select under Provision the option First steps.

Connect your GitHub, Bitbucket, GitLab, or AWS CodeCommit repositories. You also have the option to manually upload your build artifacts without connecting a Git repository (see Manual Deployments). After you authorize the Amplify console, Amplify gets an access token from the repository provider, but does not store the token on the AWS servers. Reinforce access to your repository by using provisioning keys that are only installed in a specific repository.

After connecting the repository service provider, select a repository and then choose an appropriate branch to create and deploy.