To deploy on Brimble, you need to create a Project. A Project groups deployments and custom domains. Each project can receive deployments from GitHub, GitLab, Bitbucket, or the .

To learn more about limits on the number of projects you can have, see Limits.

Creating a Project

To create a new project in Brimble:

  1. Select the Correct Team:

    • Navigate to the Brimble dashboard.

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    Brimble Teams Dashboard

    • Ensure you have selected the correct team from the team selector at the top of the page.
  2. Start a New Project:

    • Click the “Create A Team” button if you haven’t created a team yet. This can be found on the Teams page.

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    • If you already have a team, go to the Projects section.
  3. Add a New Project:

    • Click on the “Create A New Project” card in the Projects section.
  4. Choose Your Project Source:

  5. Configure and Deploy:

    • Once you have selected your project source, configure the necessary settings and click on the “Import” button to start the deployment process.

Managing a project

You can manage your project on Vercel in your project’s dashboard. See to learn more.

Project Settings

In Brimble’s Project Settings, you can manage various aspects of your project, including domains, logs, integrations, Git, caching, environment variables, deployment protection, and security settings.

To edit your project settings:

  1. Select Your Team:

    • Navigate to the Brimble dashboard.
    • Ensure you have selected the correct team from the team selector at the top of the page.
  2. Choose Your Project:

    • From the Projects section, select the project you want to configure.
  3. Access Project Settings:

    • Once inside your project, click on the Settings tab located within the project menu.
  4. Modify Your Settings:

    • Browse through the available settings sections such as Domains, Logs, Integrations, Git, Environment Variables, and more.
    • Make the necessary changes to fit your project requirements.

Example Actions:

  • Add a Custom Domain: Click the “Add a custom domain” button to link your project to a specific domain.
  • Redeploy: Use the “Redeploy” option to trigger a new deployment of your project.
  • Transfer Project: Select “Transfer Project” to move the project to a different team or account.
  • Delete Project: If you need to remove the project, click “Delete Project”. Note that this action is irreversible.

Environment Variables

You can configure Environment Variables directly from Project Settings. Check out the to learn more.

Custom domains

You can add custom domains for each project. See the Domains documentation to learn more.