Run a RedwoodJS App

Getting an application running on is essentially working out how to package it as a deployable image. Once packaged it can be deployed to the global application platform.

In this guide we’ll learn how to deploy a RedwoodJS application on

We’ll be using the standard web application generated by RedwoodJS. Check out the Redwood tutorial which guides you through building and deploying a database-backed application on

First, install flyctl, your app command center, and sign up to if you haven’t already.

Generate a Redwood app

Now let’s generate a shiny, new Redwood app and set it up for Fly deployment.

yarn create redwood-app my-redwood-project
cd my-redwood-project

Now check out the Redwood Quick Start guide to get your development environment setup and to generate some data models.

cd hello-redwood
fly launch
Creating app in /Users/me/hello-redwood
Scanning source code
Detected a RedwoodJS app
? App Name (leave blank to use an auto-generated name): hello-redwood
? Select organization: flyio (flyio)
? Select region: mad (Madrid, Spain)
Created app hello-redwood in organization soupedup
? Would you like to deploy now? Yes
==> Validating app configuration
--> Validating app configuration done
TCP 80/443 ⇢ 8080
Remote builder fly-builder-little-glitter-8329 ready
1 desired, 1 placed, 1 healthy, 0 unhealthy [health checks: 2 total, 2 passing]
--> v0 deployed successfully