Glen Hinkle

NAME

Mojolicious::Command::deploy::heroku - Deploy to Heroku

USAGE

  script/my_app deploy heroku [OPTIONS]

    # Create new app with randomly selected name and deploy
    script/my_app deploy heroku --create

    # Create new app with randomly selected name and specified api key
    script/my_app deploy heroku --create --api-key 123412341234...

    # Deploy app (new or existing) with specified name
    script/my_app deploy heroku --name happy-cloud-1234

  These options are available:
    -n, --appname <name>      Specify app for deployment
    -a, --api-key <api_key>   Heroku API key (read from ~/.heroku/credentials by default).
    -c, --create              Create a new Heroku app
    -v, --verbose             Verbose output (heroku response, git output)
    -h, --help                This message

DESCRIPTION

Mojolicious::Command::deploy::heroku deploys a Mojolicious app to Heroku.

*NOTE* The deploy command itself works on Windows, but the Heroku service does not reliably accept deployments from Windows. Your mileage may vary.

*NOTE* This release works with Mojolicious versions 3.0 and above. For older Mojolicious versions, please use 0.05 or before.

WORKFLOW

1) Heroku Service

https://api.heroku.com/signup

2) Generate Mojolicious app
  mojo generate lite_app hello
3) Deploy
  hello deploy heroku --create

The deploy command creates a git repository of the current directory's contents in /tmp, and then pushes it to a remote heroku repository.

SEE ALSO

https://github.com/tempire/mojolicious-command-deploy-heroku, https://github.com/tempire/perloku, http://heroku.com/, http://mojolicio.us

SOURCE

http://github.com/tempire/mojolicious-command-deploy-heroku

VERSION

0.10

AUTHOR

Glen Hinkle tempire@cpan.org




Hosting generously
sponsored by Bytemark