Playground deployment for prototyping (optional)

Quickly deploy your web client playground and see it in action

Explore the web client's full stack playground for rapid prototyping using a single script to experience the product before integrating it into your app. You can also test your deployment on cloud, CDN configurations, etc. with this demo playground, before deploying your app.

Please note that this deployment is just for the demo-playground. This is optional and does not replace the integration step. In order to go-live, please integrate the web client onto your app before the deployment of your app

Steps to Deploy Hyperswitch web client on AWS

What do you need to get started

  • An AWS account (you can create an account here if you do not have one)

Let's begin!


You can directly start from Step 3 if you have installed and configured AWS CLI

Step 1 - Install or Update the AWS CLI

Run this on your terminal
curl "" -o ""
sudo ./aws/install

Confirm the installation with the following command

Verify AWS CLI is installed
aws --version

aws-cli/2.10.0 Python/3.11.2 Linux/4.14.133-113.105.amzn2.x86_64 botocore/2.4.5 --> expected response

For more information, click here

Step 2 - Configure the AWS CLI

For this step you would need the following from you AWS account

  1. Access key ID

  2. Secret Access Key

You can create or manage your access keys from the Security Credentials tab inside your AWS Console. For more information, click here

Once you have the keys run the below command


Step 3 - Setup Hyperswitch web client playground

The playground can help you get a look and feel of your checkout page and can be used for quickly prototyping your changes. The React Demo App in hyperswitch-web setups the playground for you-> which is a fullstack application. We ensure that the secret key stays in the server side and the publishable key stays in the client side, we insist you do the same for your application when you move to a Production ready setup

You can now deploy the Hyperswitch web client application by running the below command in the same terminal session

Takes around 10-15 min to execute successfully

curl | bash

On running the above command, you will get an option to configure the following:


  1. Publishable Key - This is a public key that resides on your client side for authentication

  2. Secret Key - This is the API key which should only be restricted to your app server

You will either get these keys as an output when you host the app server, or for quick prototyping, you can create a new Hyperswitch sandbox account here and get started.


  1. URL where you have hosted Hyperswitch Backend - The base URL where you have hosted the app server. If not provided, this will default to

  2. URL where you have hosted Hyperswitch Client SDK - This is the HyperLoader.js path (for e.g. https://{domain}{path}). If not provided, this will default to

  3. AWS Region - This is the AWS region where you will host you web client. If not provided, it will default to us-east-2.

Depending on the API version and changes made to the web client, the web client may or may not be compatible with the SaaS app server.

Once the script is executed, you will receive a Public IP as the response (e.g. This IP is the base URL for accessing the web client playground.

That's it! Hyperswitch web client should be up and running on your AWS account

Verify the application by opening this public IP in a web browser. Sometimes AWS can take upto 5 mins to initiate the EC2 instance.

Clean Up

If you want to delete the application from your account simply run the below clean up script

You need JQ installed for this. For more information, click here

curl | bash

Troubleshooting/ FAQs
  • I cannot see anything on myPublicIP or I get 404 Page not Found on this URL Please check your AWS EC2 details and make sure that the EC2 is created and has all the permissions required to run the server and create security groups. Post this, re-run the script to do a re-deployment.

  • AWS is throwing many errors while running the script Please ensure you have the relevant permissions to create and push on your AWS cloud. Also, ensure that there are no limits/ restrictions set to prevent cloud hosting.

Next step:

πŸ”§Account setup

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