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Simple deploy with push/pull

2016-05-06

Boomla is all about simplifying web development. The most complex part so far has been deployment: to get your website in front of the world. You needed to export the files of your website, somehow transfer them to your server, then re-import them.

Not any more.

As of the latest release of Boomla (v0.1.2), you can simply issue a boomla push command to the get the latest version of your website on the server. There is also a boomla pull command to go in the other direction. It is blazing fast as it only moves data not yet on the server. It is also transactional. With zero downtime.

Due to no external dependencies, if your website worked locally, it is guaranteed to work on the server as well.


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