How to access heroku git over https behind firewalls restricting ssh

Heroku deployment works like a charm in at my home.

But my office network restricts ssh which blocks the command “git push heroku master”
Is there a way to use a https url of the heroku git repository to push my app.

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  • 4 Solutions collect form web for “How to access heroku git over https behind firewalls restricting ssh”

    You can push to heroku git only through ssh.

    Update(per @ryanbrainard comment):
    HTTP Git is now GA

    This plugin for heroku toolbelt allows you to push over https:

    Heroku now supports GIT over HTTP (this is a beta feature). Check{app-name}.git will be the URL for your repo.

    Heroku now has full HTTP Git support and is the default option for new apps. If you want to change an existing app from SSH Git to HTTP Git, run:

    $ heroku git:remote

    and then push like normal:

    $ git push heroku master

    For details, see the documentation.

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