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Deploy to IPFS

There are multiple ways that can be used to deploy your newly created wrapper package to IPFS, enabling other apps to integrate your wrapper:

polywrap CLI#

The polywrap command-line tool has a deploy command for publishing Wasm wrappers to IPFS and ENS. IPFS publishing is done via a wrap-persistence-node endpoint. By default it publishes to the public https://ipfs.wrappers.io endpoint.

For more information, see Configure Polywrap deployment pipeline and the deploy command reference documentation.

wrappers CLI#

wrappers is the deprecated (but working) prototype for the polywrap CLI's deploy command. It is a command-line tool for publishing Wasm wrappers to IPFS and ENS. IPFS publishing is done via a wrap-persistence-node endpoint. By default it publishes to the public https://ipfs.wrappers.io endpoint.

> Step-By-Step Guide

Fleek#

Fleek makes it easy to build websites and apps on the new open web.

> Step-By-Step Guide

Pinata#

Pinata provides tools and infrastructure for all creators to easily create and manage content on IPFS.

> Step-By-Step Guide

Crust Network#

Crust Network provides a Web3.0 decentralized storage network for the Metaverse.

> Step-By-Step Guide

Aleph#

Aleph allows your blockchain enabled app to securely access trusted off-chain data or computation within a couple lines of code.

Arweave#

Arweave enables you to store documents and applications forever.