Remix Framework Guide

Remix is a React-based framework that provides both server and client runtimes and utilizes web standard approaches and browser APIs to facilitate framework interactions. Remix embraces the client/server model and supports a zero-JS experience.

To get started, you can run the following command to create a new Remix project:

npx create-remix@latest

When prompted, select Remix App Server in the console.

Or, if you want to start with a template designed specifically for headless WordPress, you can clone this starter template:

git clone

After you have created your application, cd into your project directory:

cd <your project directory>

To deploy your project to Atlas, it will need to be available on a remote GitHub, Bitbucket or GitLab repository.

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>.com/<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

Using the Remix App Server selection, there are no additional changes needed to build or deploy a Remix app on Atlas.

Once your project is in your remote repository, you can follow the directions in our getting started guide to deploy your project to Atlas.