fresco 🠖 deployment

Upgrading Fresco 

Fresco is Alpha software and will be continuously improved. As we release new versions of Fresco, you can upgrade your deployed instance using this guide.

When to Upgrade

You are responsible for upgrading your own instance of Fresco. We recommend upgrading your instance of Fresco when a new version is released. This will ensure that you have the latest features and bug fixes. You can check for new releases in the following places:

Upgrade Process

To upgrade your Fresco version, you will need to sync your fork with the latest version of the Fresco repository. This will pull in the latest changes and updates from the main Fresco repository.

From your GitHub repository, click "Sync Fork" and select "Update Branch".


Vercel will automatically begin redeploying your Fresco instance. This process will take a few minutes to complete.

For more information on how to sync your fork, see the GitHub documentation.


Fresco uses a combination of semantic versioning and GitHub commit hashes (a.k.a. the "SHA" or "hash") to manage releases.

This version information is accessible from several places: