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Beta Testers Wanted ‑ Deploy Build Commands

Posted in September 2017 on the DeployHQ blog

Recent progress in the web development world has led to increased usage of preprocessors (Haml, Sass, LESS etc.) and transpilers (Coffeescript, Typescript, Babel). Static Site Generators such as Jekyll or...

Deploy will be at PHP South Coast 2017

Posted in June 2017 on the DeployHQ blog

Tomorrow and Saturday, we will be attending PHP South Coast 2017 in Portsmouth, ready to answer any questions that attendees might have about Deploy. We will be giving away free...

Deploy at PHP South Coast

Posted in June 2016 on the DeployHQ blog

This Saturday we'll be attending the 2nd PHP South Coast Conference. Located in Portsmouth at the historic Action Stations boathouse we'll be on hand all day to give demonstrations and answer any questions.

Mobile Apps

Posted in April 2016 on the DeployHQ blog

We're pleased to announce the release of our Deploy app for both iOS and Android devices - you can download the app straight from the App Store for iOS devices,...

Android App

Posted in April 2016 on the DeployHQ blog

We're delighted to announce the arrival of Deploy on Android!

Bitbucket Webhooks

Posted in June 2015 on the DeployHQ blog

Recently Bitbucket have updated their Repository settings with direct support for Webhooks, and will be removing support for their old Services features in the future.

Introducing Deploy v2

Posted in April 2015 on the DeployHQ blog

After 6 months work, we're really pleased to announce the launch of Deploy v2. This new version includes a completely re-written UI which has been optimized to make things as...

Thanks for your feedback!

Posted in January 2015 on the DeployHQ blog

Over the past few weeks a lot of you have been getting in touch to let us know what you think about the new version of Deploy which is currently...