The page provides instructions for building an application so it can be deployed to production.
Your application must be committed to a Git repository before you can build the application. The application’s build script creates version strings based on your HEAD branch’s commit count, hash, and branch descriptor.
Building an application
To build an application, follow the steps below:
Commit any pending changes in your application to Git. The example commands below commit all modified and untracked files:
git add --all git commit -m "<message>"
From the root directory of your application, run the command below to build the application:
npm run build
build ├── dist │ ├── index.html │ └── static │ └── bundle-dev.js └── exported-wars └── MyApp.war
The WAR file is an archived version of the contents of the
build/dist directory and can be deployed to a Java application server.