Testing busy.org by deploying it through Heroku

2년 전

Heroku is a Platform As A Service (PAAS), which deploys web apps. It is free for light use and therefore quite handy if you want to test recent commits and various branches of the code under development.

Steps to be followed:

The various steps followed are detailed with illustrative screenshots.

  1. Open Github repository of busy.org and click on Clone or download button on the right and click on copy sign to copy the file path.
    busy repo cloning.png

  2. Click on '+' sign on the top right and select Import repository.
    adding busy repo into mine.png

  3. Paste the file path copied in step 1 in the Your old repository's cloned URL.
    1.png

  4. Wait for few seconds and your own (cloned) repository for busy will be ready.
    my busy repo ready.png

  5. Now login to your account at heroku.com. Register for the account if you don't have one already.

  6. Once you login, your dashboard will be visible to you. Click on New in the top left corner of your dashboard and select Create New app.
    heroku dashboard.png

  7. Give a suitable name for your busy look-alike app. Name busy is unavailable so I give it name shreyasgune-busy.
    shreyasgune-busy available.png

  8. You will then be directed to the dashboard for your app. The first row will be for choosing pipeline. Do not change anything in this. The second row of options will be for choosing deployment method. Click on Github.
    After clicking on github.png

  9. Click on search near the repo name box. You will find yourself all your repositories to connect to. Click on one the name you used for the busy repository while importing it.
    After clicking on search repo.png

  10. Github will be connected.
    Github connected.png

  11. The next row of options will be automatic deploys. Leave it the same. The next one is manual deploys. In this row leave everything as is and click on deploy branch.
    deploy.png

  12. Heroku will connect to your clone of busy github repository and build it. Wait for few minutes. The app will be deployed and you will get the option to view the app.
    deploy success.png

  13. For me, the app URL was: https://shreyasgune-busy.herokuapp.com. This is how the shreyasgune-busy app looked like.
    busy shreyasgune.png


Heroku also has features like custom website name and scaling solutions for your web app. Build logs are also available for each deployment trial and can be inspected for bug finding.

Thank You.


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Heroku is a new acquaintance for me. What is the main use of it? To deploy projects from github without downloading all the files to your own computer and setup hosting?

Is it mainly for development?

Thanks for sharing, this isn't the first time Heroku has been popping up in my feed and it seems to make life that much easier, which is always welcome!


For those in same position as me (New to Heroku), you can check this video :

This is great. With github people can easily work together on projects from the very start and see the progress via Heroku. I have personally only started developing recently and I hate the hassle with setting my projects up live.

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You are right. But apart from deploying GitHub projects directly, it can be used to host a self sufficient website like utopian.io. with custom urls. You can also deploy steemit bots with it.

And this is just the tip of the Iceberg. You can do so much more with it that its insane.

Try the tutorial out and am here to solve any questions you may have !!

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Awesome, thank you for this tutorial! We (Busy) are also using Heroku, it make things so much easier :)

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Hi thank you for this. I didn't know you can directly clone a repository in github. A learning for me.

Also, one thing I think that it's important here is to enable automatic deploys when you push changes to your github clone. This is in Step 11, together with this step.

the next one is manual deploys. In this row leave everything as is and click on deploy branch.

User just needs to click on "Enable Automatic Deploys"

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Thanks for the additional info. I hope this tutorial can help a lot of people in testing various platforms!!

Thanks for sharing the details in step by step and it gona help me and many to interact with this platform

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Thanks. Do follow all the steps. It will be helpful. Reach me if you have any doubts.

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Thanks do follow all the steps and keep on learning. If you have any problem reach me.

Hey, great tutorial! But you can simply fork the repository by clicking the "fork" button. That way you don't have to copy&paste the repository URL and can easily submit PRs to the upstream repo.

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Thanks for the info. I am really a big fan of your analysis and always check them. I am also guilty of cloning your repo !!

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I noticed my repo name on your screenshots :) But 'guilty' is the wrong word, I'm happy that someone is actually using the code! That's what open source is about.

thank you for this informations
Step by Step

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Thank you. Do follow the steps and contact me if you have any problem.

Thank you for the contribution. It has been approved.

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I will check it out !

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