To create your new project, head to the Projects tab at the top of the screen, then click New Project on the right hand side of the page:
Enter a name, then if you want to take advantage of a Template at this stage, we'll be covering templates in more detail in the templates section.
Next, choose from one of the supported SCMs if you have your code hosted there. If choosing a supported SCM, you'll also have the option to add an automatic deployment hook directly to the repository when selecting it.
Otherwise, if you're using a different service or hosting the repository on your own servers, you can choose the option to Manually enter repository details.
- Adding a Bitbucket repository
- Adding a Codebase repository
- Adding a GitHub repository
- Adding a GitLab repository
- Adding a repository manually
Finally, you can choose from a series of Zones to keep your project in. According to the selected zone, deployments will originate from a server in that geographic location.
You can find out more information about Zones in our FAQ article.
See the list of common repository issues if you have any trouble connecting your repository.