The umami service is hosted with vercel. Thanks to the excellent service capabilities of cloud vendors, you can integrate umami in less than 10 minutes. You can see the umami dashboard by clicking the Dashboard.
Create a database
It will take a few minutes to create the database service, and you can get the
DATABASE_URL after it’s done.
Fork the https://github.com/mikecao/umami project to your GitHub account.
Create an account on Vercel.
From the dashboard page click Import Project then specify the URL to your fork of the project on GitHub.
Add the required environment variables to your Vercel project. These values are defined in the Configure umami step from Install.
- DATABASE_URL: Connection string for your database. This is the only required variable.
- TRACKER_SCRIPT_NAME: Allows you to assign a custom name to the tracker script different from the default
umami. This is to help you avoid some ad-blockers. I used
hugo-ladderon this project.
yarn build && yarn update-dbto the
BUILD COMMAND, which will migrate the tables of umami to database automatically.
Deploy and visit your application at .vercel.app.
Follow the Getting started guide starting from the Login step and be sure to change the default password.
Of course, if you want to import tables yourself, you can also get the tables from here https://github.com/umami-software/umami/blob/master/sql/schema.postgresql.sql.
After deploying umami in vercel you will get a
<deploy-id>.vercel.app address which login with the default account: admin and password: umami.
You can change the default password and
Add webiste, enter the
Domain, and click
enable share URL so that anyone can access the dashboard.
Then you can get
src values by click
Get tracking code，enter the value to the
In the end, you can get the website statistics analytics dashboard.🎉🎉🎉
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