If you are using Vercel to develop, preview, and ship your application, you can natively integrate with Checkly by installing the official integration from the Vercel Marketplace.
The Vercel integration will help you by:
- Automatically creating a pre-scripted browser check to catch any errors and failed requests as your web page loads.
- Enabling you to run checks against preview and production deployments on Vercel.
To install Checkly’s native Vercel integration, navigate to
Integratons, under your account’s dropdown menu.
After scrolling down, click the
Vercel marketplace button.
On the marketplace page for Checkly, click
Next, follow the installation wizard to grant the integration access to the right Vercel scope and projects.
You can choose to map your Vercel projects to existing checks on your Checkly account, to have them run on production and/or preview deployments.
Additionally, you can have new checks automatically generated for existing Vercel projects, and set them up to automatically run on preview and/or production deployments.
Linking checks and groups
If you already have the Vercel integration set up, you might still want to connect new checks or groups. The procedure is the same for both: edit the check or group and select
Link Vercel project in the
CI/CD triggers tab.
You will just need to select the right project to link to your check or group.
Once the project and the check/group have been linked, you are able to specify whether a new preview or production deployment should trigger a new execution.
Should you wish to unlink the Vercel project, simply click
Unlink this project.
Vercel-linked check results
When selecting a check which is linked to a Vercel project, any results triggered by a deployment on that project will show at the bottom of the check page, under the tab
CI/CD triggered check results.
The Deployments tab lists all deployments on linked projects, including Vercel-based ones, together with the check executions they triggered.
Selecting a deployment enables you to quickly determine whether it caused any check failures, and to drill into the relevant information in case it did.