• Ejemplo de como Desplegar una Aplicación Express sobre Node.JS en Heroku
  • Getting Started on Heroku with Node.js
  • La rama heroku del repo how-jquery-works-tutorial
  • Deploy Node.JS Apps to Heroku YouTube Video

  • Every Heroku app runs in at least two environments:

    1. on the Heroku platform (we’ll call that production) and
    2. on your local machine (development).

    En este artículo Managing Multiple Environments for an App se habla de como hacer mas fácil el proceso de despliegue:

    • The solution is to have a staging environment that is as similar to production as is possible.
    • This can be achieved by creating a second Heroku application that hosts your staging application.
    • With staging, you can check your code in a production-like setting before having it affect your actual users.
    • As you already deploy with git, setting up and managing these multiple remote environments is easy.
  • El artículo Collaborating with Other Developers on Your App explica como poner a los otros miembros del equipo como colaboradores en tu app. Básicamente:

    1. Other developers can be invited to collaborate on your app by their email address:
      $ heroku access:add joe@example.com
      Adding joe@example.com to myapp collaborators... done
    2. Use the heroku access command to see the list of current collaborators:
       $ heroku access
       === theirapp Collaborators
       adam@example.com owner
       joe@example.com  collaborator
    3. You can revoke a collaborator’s access using the heroku access:remove command:
       $ heroku access:remove joe@example.com
       Removing joe@example.com from theirapp collaborators... done
      Como colaborador se debe:
    4. You should clone the app locally. The invitation email includes the name of the app. In this example, the app name is theirapp.
       $ heroku git:clone -a theirapp
    5. It’s strongly recommended that you get access to the canonical source code repository for the application (for instance on GitHub) and then use
       $ heroku git:remote
      to add a git remote to your checkout
  • Automatic deploys

    When you enable automatic deploys for a GitHub branch, Heroku will build and deploy all pushes to that branch. If, for example, you have a development app on Heroku, you can configure pushes to your GitHub development branch to be automatically built and deployed to that app.

  • Creating a 'Deploy to Heroku' Button

Preguntas y Respuestas

  1. ¿Como genero un token para hacer uso de la API de Heroku?
    $ heroku auth:token
  2. ¿Cómo creo una app en Heroku usando la API de Heroku?
    $ curl -X POST https://api.heroku.com/apps \
    -H "Accept: application/vnd.heroku+json; version=3" \
    -H "Authorization: Bearer $TUTORIAL_KEY"

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