Static file web publishing with a dynamic twist.
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npm install --global hydrator@latest
hydrator auth <key>
hydrator create my-project && cd my-project
echo "response.ok('Hello, world! ' + new Date())" > index.hydrator.js
hydrator deploy --email <email@example.com>
The project is now deployed at sparkling-waterfall-62f644.rehydrated.site.
Customize the host with
--host <hostname>, either a
custom subdomain on rehydrated.site, or a custom domain (requires DNS
CNAME/ALIAS record to
For a more thorough example of Hydrator’s capabilities,
--sample to the above create command:
hydrator create my-project --sample
which creates a project like this: sample.rehydrated.site.
You can serve the project locally using
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Read about the thinking behind Hydrator.
Hydrator can be used to develop locally without an API key. However, deployment to the hosting service requires a key during the beta period. Deploys are 100% free (with reasonable limits) and always will be.