Deploying A Back End With Heroku

Deploying a Back-End

The back is an important part of most apps. Prerequisites & Setup

Before you start, you’ll need: a Heroku account a GitHub account Heroku

If you don’t already know, When deploying an app with Hiroko, you have پہلا ، You will now have a copy of the app in your Gut Hub account.

app.js – App entry point.

Fakf – A text file used by Hiroko to indicate which commands run in the beginning.

Testing an app for proof of concept, or at least the need for a viable product is something that often happens.

Or, you can configure the server, configure the ports, and point the server to a new domain, which you may be willing (or want to do) over time.

Instead of spending time figuring out the domain and server configuration, use Hiroko to deploy the world view!

Deploying to Heroku

Login to your On the next screen, naming your app (you can name it anything, but a name similar to the Gut Hub repository you’re helping) is helpful.

Every app you create on Hiroko will have a menu with these tabs:

Overview Resources Deploy Metrics Activity Access Settings

When an app is created, you are taken to the << Deployed tab.

Heroku Deploy

<p class = In the << Deployed tab, you have three sections:

Add this app to a pipeline Deployment method Deploy using Heroku Git

In the Deployment Method section, there are three different options for deploying your app.


<p class = In the “Connect to Gut Hub” section, look for the app you cloned during setup: this one with the “Hiroko-pattern”.

These new parts are where the magic happens!

Automatic deploys – Enabling automatic deploys will tell Heroku to deploy the specified branch of your app every time a new version is pushed to GitHub. Manual deploy – This allows you to deploy the specified branch of your app, manually, by clicking the Deploy Branch button whenever you are ready to deploy.

Click the Deploy Branch button to manually deploy your app.

Hiroko Success Drop

<p class = This means that the app was deployed, and Hiroko has assigned a URL that people can use to view this app.

That’s all. Troubleshooting

It is possible that at some point, you may have made a mistake when Hiroko tries to deploy your app.

A Log Log can be found in the Activity tab of the app’s dashboard.

Click View billing log on the event under construction in question to view the complete log of construction.

Application Log can be found in the button (while in a tab) in the upper left corner of your app’s dashboard.

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<p class = Select “View Log” to view the complete login. Wrap Up

Congratulations on posting your first app with Hiroko!

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