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How to Deploy a Node.js App to Heroku

How to Deploy a Node.js App to Heroku

Heroku is known for making server configurations easy and painless. We can build faster and worry about the things that matter to us instead of trying to configure our own servers. 40 more words

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Using Ruby Spreadsheet on Heroku with Dynos

If you intend to use The Ruby Spreadsheet on Heroku, and your source code is closed source then 0-4 2X dynos at 100% CPU load are considered as one physical CPU (1 PX). 43 more words

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Hot tech startups get as many perks as they give

Startups are known for their lavish and often ridiculous perks, from acupuncture to personal chefs, “rock rooms” to ball pits, even assistants who… 566 more words

Tech

Heroku handy commands

Promote database:

$ heroku pg:promote 

Check database status:

$ heroku pg:wait

List backups:

$ heroku pgbackups

Create a back-up

$ heroku pgbackups:capture 

Restore back-up:

$ heroku pgbackups:restore  … 50 more words

Upgrading from Postgres 9.2 to 9.3 (and my troubles with Heroku)

(Cross-posted with Holger’s blog)

It is no secret that we build launchd.io using Ruby on Rails and are running it on Heroku. It was the fastest and easiest way to get the platform up and running one year ago.  1,012 more words

Devops

Upgrading from Postgres 9.2 to 9.3 (and my troubles with Heroku)

It is no secret that we build launchd.io using Ruby on Rails and are running it on Heroku. It was the fastest and easiest way to get the platform up and running one year ago.  1,013 more words

Devops

Step 3: Continuously deploy MEAN.JS to Heroku

Our MEAN.JS stack is running locally and is built by Shippable continuously. Now we need to deploy it to Heroku, if the build succeed. The necessary steps are explained in this post. 515 more words

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