Deploy a Rails App with Heroku

It’s easy as pie to push a demo version of your rails app to heroku. Follow the simple steps below and you’ll be on your way to testing in a subdomain of

You can also point your dns to heroku and have a live app with a few commands!

  1. Make sure that you have a heroku account and have downloaded the heroku toolbelt
  2. Login to Heroku
  3. Add Heroku To Your App
  4. Add gem for asset precompiling
  5. Install Gems and Push to Github
  6. Push from Github to Heroku
  7. Migrate Your Database
  8. To Debug
  9. For a uniquie domain

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