Just as we did in the backend portion, we’ll start by creating our project and adding it to GitHub. We will use what we had in Part I as a starting point.
Clone the Original Repo
In your working directory, start by cloning the original repo. Make sure this is not inside the directory for our backend.
$ git clone --branch update-the-app --depth 1 https://github.com/AnomalyInnovations/serverless-stack-demo-client.git serverless-stack-2-client/ $ cd serverles-stack-2-client/
And remove the
$ rm -rf .git/
Let’s install our Node modules.
$ npm install
Create a New GitHub Repo
Let’s head over to GitHub. Make sure you are signed in and hit New repository.
Give your repository a name, in our case we are calling it
serverless-stack-2-client. And hit Create repository.
Once your repository is created, copy the repository URL. We’ll need this soon.
In our case the URL is:
Initialize Your New Repo
Now head back to your project and use the following command to initialize your new repo.
$ git init
Add the existing files.
$ git add .
Create your first commit.
$ git commit -m "First commit"
Link it to the repo you created on GitHub.
$ git remote add origin REPO_URL
REPO_URL is the URL we copied from GitHub in the steps above. You can verify that it has been set correctly by doing the following.
$ git remote -v
Finally, let’s push our first commit to GitHub using:
$ git push -u origin master
Next let’s look into configuring our frontend client with the environments that we have in our backend.