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For this guide/tutorial, we will be setting up our CFTools Discord Bot - we recommend you follow along with that guide/tutorial to get your bot up and running, and afterwards compress all your configured files into a
.zip file and upload them to your VYKIX server.
Visit VYKIX.com (opens in a new tab) and sign up for an account. Use promo code
Mirasaki for a 5% discount
Once you have signed up, you can create a Discord hosting server here (opens in a new tab)
Once you are done configuring and setting upyour bot, create a compressed archive of all your files.
Do NOT include the
node_modules folder in your
.zip file, as VYKIX will install the required dependencies for you.
Navigate to your Discord bot panel/dashboard, and upload the compressed archive.
Once upload has finished, unarchive your files.
To save space, you can remove the compressed archive.
Make sure to configure the latest Docker image for NodeJS, and configure the entry file that starts our application. (In our example,
🥳 That's all - you can now start your application and it will be up and running in no time! 🥳