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Create a Git repo

If you used the CLI to scaffold the project, the CLI has already initialized a Git repository for you. Otherwise, you can initialize a Git repo with the following command:

$ git init

Now we need to sync our local repo to a cloud service, in order to connect this cloud repo to the hosting provider.

Go to GitHub (or BitBucket, or GitLab) and create a new repository. Follow the instructions to add the "remote" to your local repository and push the current branch to the remote. Usually it will be something like:

git remote add origin
git branch -M main
git push -u origin main

Great, now our code is on the cloud, ready to be read by Vercel or Netlify, after granting them proper permissions.