I’ve been working on a web-app that gets pushed to heroku. The source is hosted on GitHub. So git push pushes the master branch to GutHub. My git branch ‘master’ is connected to Heroku app ‘my-app-staging‘ So git push heroku pushes the app to my-app-staging.herokuapp.com I’ve created a new Heroku app which will be the […]
What is a good .gitignore to use with Rails on Heroku? *.log *.sqlite3 what else?
Once you have uploaded your source code to Heroku, is it possible to download it from there if necessary such as in the case of a failure of your local disk? Because of heroku‘s integration with git, I would assume this might be possible at least in theory.
I’m trying to set up a server with pure-git workflow similar to heroku. I don’t need help setting up git, but for informative purposes, I’m using gitolite. I’d like to (somehow) write custom hooks in the operating system (Ubuntu) of this system so that, when it receives a push on a particular branch, it performs […]
I have a project hosted on Heroku and it’s gotten to the point where I want to make an alternate test server (so I can test Heroku workers without messing up production). I have already set up my main Heroku remote running my trunk and a Heroku-dev remote on which I wish to run an […]
So I understand that heroku functions as a git repository, but let’s say i want to use github as well as a repository. How do I set it up such that I have two repositories and both are in sync?
Just finised work on my other branch. Now I need to test that this works on Heroku before I merge with the master branch. Is it possible to push the other branch to Heroku and it replace the contents of my last push which was from the master branch?
I made acommit and pushed it to origin and heroku Then I realised it was wrong, so I did git reset –soft HEAD^ But when I’m pushing to Heroku Im getting To firstname.lastname@example.org:app.git ! [rejected] master -> master (non-fast-forward) error: failed to push some refs to ‘email@example.com:app.git’ To prevent you from losing history, non-fast-forward updates […]
When I deploy my application on Heroku server, the server generate an app automatically and I found on my resource a git url. Example: firstname.lastname@example.org:myapp-ss-1338.git. How can I access this url to view source code or folder via a web browser?
My Node app is running fine locally, but has run into an error when deploying to Heroku. The app uses Sequelize in a /models folder, which contains index.js, Company.js and Users.js. Locally, I am able to import the models using the following code in /models/index.js: // load models var models = [ ‘Company’, ‘User’ ]; […]