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Deployment

Anvil apps are automatically hosted - there’s nothing you need to do to get it running.

Private vs public URLS

A private URL is already set up for your app. Public URLs can be configured as well.

If you’re on a paid plan you can also use a custom domain name, so your app can be hosted at example.com instead of something.anvil.app.

See Choosing URLs for more information.

Embedding your app in another web page

You can enable embedding for your app, which allows you to put your app in an IFrame in another page.

So if you have a static site and you want to build a couple of dynamic widgets in Anvil, you can embed those widgets in your static site.

See Embedding Your App for more information.

Production vs Development

If you want to work on your app without affecting the version of the app that your users see, you can set one version as the ‘published’ version and keep working on the ‘development’ version of the app.

See Production vs. Development for more information.

Importing other apps

Your apps can add other apps as dependencies. This means you can re-use Forms and code from your apps, and build apps in a modular way.

See Depending On Other Apps for more information.

Anvil on-site

You can get a full installation of the whole Anvil system in your private network, as part of an Enterprise installation. You can also get a dedicated Anvil instance installed in a private or public cloud system.

See Anvil for Enterprise for more information.