Heroku account

get start Heroku account

Heroku CLI

To verify your CLI installation use the heroku –version command.

heroku-cli/5.6.12-1708b34 (windows-386) go1.7.4

heroku create

> heroku create
Creating app... done, radiant-dawn-72472
https://radiant-dawn-72472.herokuapp.com/ | https://git.heroku.com/radiant-dawn-72472.git

To ensure you have properly created this remote, run the git remote -v command, you should see something output that reveals the two remotes listed, origin and heroku.

> git remote -v
heroku  https://git.heroku.com/radiant-dawn-72472.git (fetch)
heroku  https://git.heroku.com/radiant-dawn-72472.git (push)
origin  https://github.com/udacity/galeria.git (fetch)
origin  https://github.com/udacity/galeria.git (push)

Once you have your application deployed, Heroku will provide you with a URL you can visit to see your site. After this you can run heroku open. This will open up a browser window and navigate to the deployed application URL.


If you want to change the URL of your application in the future you can do this by logging into your Heroku Dashboard. Many other actions are also available on the dashboard.

Deployment pipeline

Heroku will allow you one “dyno” or single command container for free. This means that on a free tier Heroku account, you can run one command on the container and you will not be charged for it.