The retrodeep command provides an efficient way to deploy your projects. Whether you're deploying from a local machine or a version control repository.

The retrodeep deploy command facilitates the deployment of your projects directly from the terminal. You can choose to deploy from your local directory or directly from a repository.

To quickly deploy your project, you can use the retrodeep command:


Upon running this command, you will be presented with prompts to choose between deploying from your GitHub repository or local machine. Follow the subsequent prompts to specify the project details and configurations for deployment.

Deploying from a Local Directory

For direct deployment from a local directory, you can specify the path to your project:

retrodeep deploy [project-path]

To deploy a project from the current directory, you can use:

retrodeep deploy .

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