In order to deploy your Phero server, there's one last step: making an export. When you export your server, Phero compiles an optimised bundle for you to deploy.
It does not use any framework like
http module from NodeJS itself. This way we can guarantee that there's as little overhead as possible between a request and actually calling your function.
First, navigate to your server directory:
To export as a NodeJS server, run:
npx phero@latest server export --flavor nodejs
This will generate a node script for each of your services in a
.phero directory. To run one of these services:
That's it! From here you can deploy this service to any provider that supports NodeJS.
Change the port number
By default it will run a server on port
2222. If you want to change this, run with the
PORT environment variable, like this:
PORT=3333 node index.js