Barry Frost

This is Barry Frost’s personal website.

Tagged #heroku

I love that @simonw is blogging again. His recent posts are great reads, including this on CD with free services:

https://simonwillison.net/2017/Oct/17/free-continuous-deployment/

remind101/empire

A PaaS built on top of Amazon EC2 Container Service (ECS)

anttiviljami/wordpress-heroku-docker-project

The Holy Grail WordPress project template for Heroku deployment and local Docker development.

wordpress-heroku

Template project for deploying WordPress to Heroku

Nice pricing change(s) from @heroku: free SSL beta and dyno hour flexibility https://blog.heroku.com/archives/2016/5/18/announcing_heroku_free_ssl_beta_and_flexible_dyno_hours

Using Heroku for a custom domain with SSL suddenly became much more attractive (and affordable), especially for people running personal #indieweb sites.

lucee-heroku

Application template for deploying Lucee 4.5.x (CFML/Java) apps on Heroku

10 Habits of a Happy Node Hacker (2016)

Tripped me up today: Heroku’s GitHub auto-deployer doesn’t (currently) include git submodules

How I deployed Middleman to Heroku

Purple

UI kit for Heroku’s web interfaces

HTTP API Design Guide

API design guide extracted from work on the Heroku Platform API

Heroku/GitHub Integration

Heroku has experimental GitHub Integration. When GitHub integration is configured for a Heroku app, Heroku can automatically build and release (if the build is successful) pushes to the specified GitHub repo.

Nezumi for Heroku

Another Heroku iPhone app. Includes console and logs.

LovelyHeroku

Heroku iPhone app

HireFire

Automatically “hires” and “fires” (aka “scales”) Delayed Job and Resque workers on Heroku. When there are no queue jobs, HireFire will fire (shut down) all workers. If there are queued jobs, then it’ll hire (spin up) workers.

rack-timeout

Use Rack::Timeout on Heroku

Deploying Rails 4 on Heroku

Travis CI: Introducing Continuous Deployment to Heroku

Scaling Cheddar

Lessons in scaling, including third-party that block, ETAGs and CDN usage

Helios 🚀

Open-source framework that provides essential backend services for iOS apps, from data synchronization and user accounts to push notifications, in-app purchases, and passbook integration.