Qwik on Atlas
Qwik is a new kind of web framework that can deliver instant loading web applications at any size or complexity. Your sites and apps can boot with about 1kb of JS, and achieve consistent performance at scale. Check out the documentation for more information.
To get started, you can run the following command to create a new Qwik project:
npm create qwik@latest
After you have created your application, cd into your project directory:
cd <your project directory>
Push Initial Commits to Your Repository
To deploy your project to Atlas, it will need to be available on a remote GitHub, Bitbucket or GitLab repository. The Qwik installation process lets us initialize a local repository for the project.
Create a new remote repository, and then run the following commands to initalize and configure your local and remote repositories:
# Add remote repository$ git remote add origin https://<your-git-provider>/<username>/<repo># Stage all changed files$ git add -A# Commit the files to the current branch$ git commit -m "initial commit"# Push changes to remote repository$ git push -u origin main
Qwik apps are not designed to work on Atlas right out of the box. They need to be configured by using the Node.js integration that is built into the Qwik ecosystem. Please consult the docs on the Node.js integration for details beyond this guide.
First, configure your app for Node.js by installing the node adapter with the following command:
npm run qwik add express
package.json file and change the
start script to the following:
To commit these changes to your repository, run the following commands:
# Stage all changed files$ git add -A# Commit the files to the current branch$ git commit -m "update build and start"# Push changes to remote repository$ git push -u origin main
Deploy Your Repository
Once your project is in your remote repository, you can follow the directions in our getting started guide to deploy your project to Atlas.