Heroku Button

One-click deploy to Heroku from git repos

get it
There are no images or videos added to the gallery.
Add to gallery

Reviews

Discussion

MakersThere are no makers yet
You need to become a Contributor to join the discussion - Find out how.
Lachlan Campbell@lachlanjc · Hack Club design/JS—HS 🎓—they/them—🌈
Yeah, this is pretty awesome!
Corey Gwin@corey_gwin · PM, VR, SweetLabs, coreygw.in
Incredibly smart product for Heroku.
Derek ShanahanHunterPro@dshan · Three Hex, Cloud Unicorn
Very cool, esp for non-coders.
Rahul@deleted-22954
@dshan I wouldn't be so sure. I mean, it could just be me, but such an incredible amount of abstraction can't be a good thing. Things do go wrong with code and deployment, and if non-coders become so reliant on something like this, then a production level project may suffer when something goes wrong. Regardless, I think lowering the barrier to entry in this case is a great thing.
Sacha Greif@sachagreif · Designer, Sidebar
@iorahul There are already a lot of similar one-click install services for stuff like WordPress, Ghost, etc. out there. It doesn't seem like a particularly risky move to me.
Corey Gwin@corey_gwin · PM, VR, SweetLabs, coreygw.in
@iorahul @dshan Ya, I'm not so certain this is as big for non-coders as much as for current developers who want to quickly test out a framework or plugin, etc. It's always a bit of a pain downloading examples and getting them up and running locally. This just kind of makes it easier to get started.
Derek ShanahanHunterPro@dshan · Three Hex, Cloud Unicorn
@iorahul I think anything that makes it easier/faster for people to implement code and ideas has benefits that outweigh the downsides. Anyone serious about a production app is likely to take extra steps, and in many cases a direct deploy like this will reduce code problems - many noobs can f*ck up a basic app simply by pulling the repo onto their local machine and tinkered before trying to deploy, said someone who's done it. :)