Professional Heroku Programming
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A complete guide to building and deploying web apps with Heroku
A cloud application platform, Heroku is currently the only approved platform for creating apps within Facebook, and its number of users is growing at rapid pace. However, there are very few books on the market that offer professional-level coverage of this platform, until now. The author duo begins with an introduction to the Heroku platform and its associated core concepts and then goes on to explain how writing for this platform differs from that of traditional development systems. Example applications, additional resources, and advice for your next steps round out this resource, making it a thorough, indispensable guide.
- Features information not found anywhere else, as both authors work for Heroku
- Explains the inner workings of Heroku with special emphasis placed on building web and mobile applications
- Introduces GIT-based development workflow and the process model within the Heroku platform
- Details coding, building, deploying, and scaling effectively using the Heroku tool base
Providing you with fully functional code and downloadable code examples, Professional Heroku Programming is your complete guide to mastering this platform.
this Facebook app is part of an expensive campaign supporting an ad run during a major sporting event, this system may be considered a system of differentiation because the loss in potential revenue is much larger, so the system’s importance and the company’s investment in it would be much higher. The different levels of security and reliability required by these layers directly impact the amount of time it takes to create and maintain these systems. Systems of record often take years to be put
conﬁguration variables ➤ Securing Development environments ➤ Versioning and rolling back releases ➤ Using deploy hooks ➤ Managing planned downtime and custom error pages ➤ Implementing continuous integration WROX.COM CODE DOWNLOADS FOR THIS CHAPTER The wrox.com code downloads for this chapter are found at www.wrox.com/remtitle .cgi?isbn= 1118508998 on the Download Code tab. The code is in the Chapter 5 download and individually named according to the names throughout the chapter. When
(delta 0) -----> Heroku receiving push -----> Ruby app detected -----> Installing dependencies using Bundler version 1.2.1 Running: bundle install --without development:test –path vendor/bundle --binstubs bin/ --deployment Using daemons (1.1.9) Using eventmachine (1.0.0) Using rack (1.4.1) Using tilt (1.3.3) Using sinatra (1.1.0) Using thin (1.5.0) Using bundler (1.2.1) Your bundle is complete! It was installed into ./vendor/bundle Cleaning up the bundler cache. -----> Discovering process types
ci-with-tddium/admin/hooks#generic_minibucket. Under the Available Service Hooks heading, click WebHook URLs and add your Tddium WebHook URL — in this example, http://ci.tddium.com:888/1/builds/mYtDd1Umt0k3N. The Github hook you created should look like Figure 5-8. FIGURE 5-8 c05.indd 113 1/10/2013 12:50:17 PM 114 ❘ CHAPTER 5 MANAGING RELEASES WITH HEROKU 9. Now that the setup is complete, push your code to GitHub: $ git push github master This triggers your code to be tested
Figure 6-7), this includes all management capabilities for the add-on itself. 1/10/2013 12:52:22 PM Installing Add-Ons ❘ 125 FIGURE 6-7 Congratulations, you’ve successfully added a new add-on service to your application! In the next section you will achieve the same goal from the CLI. Installing Add-Ons from the Command-Line Interface Remember that everything you are able to do from the Heroku Dashboard can also be done via the CLI, and then some! Recall that you can view the complete list