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Build status

If you are deploying a web application that uses Uniform capabilities to Netlify, it can be helpful to have easy access to the build status for your Netlify site. The Netlify integration for Uniform enables this.

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Before you start

You must have the following available in order to complete the instructions in this section:

  1. An account in Vercel. You can use their free tier if you do not have one.
  2. Project in Vercel.

Create Vercel access token

In order for Uniform to be able to display build status details, it must be able to make API calls to Vercel. This requires Uniform have an access token.

  1. In Vercel, navigate to tokens.

  2. Click Create.

  3. Enter the required values and click CREATE TOKEN.

  4. The access token is displayed. Note this value. You will need it when you add the Vercel integration to your Uniform project.

Next steps

Now you can add the Vercel integration to your Uniform project.

Add Uniform integration

  1. In Uniform, open your project.

  2. Navigate to the Integrations tab.

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  3. Click Vercel.

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  4. Click Add to project.

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  5. Enter the access token you created in the previous section.

  6. Click Continue.

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  7. Select the project whose build status you want to monitor.

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  8. Click Save.

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    About this step

    Now you will see the build status for your Vercel project at the top of the Uniform dashboard.

  9. Navigate to Personalization > Quirks.

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    About this step

    You will see a list of quirks that were added by the Vercel integration. These quirks can be used if you implement edge-side personalization using Vercel Edge Middleware.

Next steps

If you have a personalized web application you are deploying to Vercel, take a look at how you can use Vercel Edge Middleware to power edge-side personalization.