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1.3.0 • Public • Published


LINC allows you to seamlessly Server-Side Render your site. We currently only support React/Redux based sites, but sign up for our announcement list at https://bitgenics.io to stay up to date on our Angular 2 and Vue.js efforts.


The LINC command line tools enable you to run your website on our Front-End Delivery Network (FDN). Installation is easy: simply run

npm i linc-cli -g

to install it on your system. The -g flag installs it globally.


To start using LINC run linc init in your project directory. Just like npm init it will ask you some questions related to your project and install the server-side rendering profile and copy an example configuration file linc.config.js. Make the necessary changes to the config file and you are ready for the next step. If you need any help open up an issue here, mail us at help@bitgenics.io or post on StackOverflow with tag linc.

Building/Running a SSR bundle locally

You can test your configuration file by running a local linc build. This will create both a client & server-side version of the code in the dist directory. If everything goes well you can run linc serve to run a local server at http://localhost:3000 and look at the code to make everything is fine.


Once everything is working it is time to deploy this to a server. You have a couple of options here. You can host it yourself, possibly with our LINC express middleware, which you can find at: https://github.com/bitgenics/linc-simple-express or deploy it to our server and make use of our free developer tier. Just create a user with linc user create and deploy your site with linc publish. If you publish for the first time we will ask you what sitename you want to use. Your site will be available at: https://.linc-app.co

If you are looking to host your site on Linc properly, get in touch with us and we will set you up with a preview account for our paid tiers, which include custom domain names, monitoring, cached server-side code & client-side assets and much more.

For a more in-depth look at linc-cli you will find a page with screenshots for the above at: https://github.com/bitgenics/linc-cli/wiki/Using-Linc

Feedback and help

I you run into problems, or have other feedback to give us, feel free to drop us a line at help@bitgenics.io.




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