This file we going to configure our pipelines. In our pipeline, we have 4 specifications. image: specifying the version of NodeJS. Deploy a NestJS application in Heroku with GitLab CI/CD pipelines. How to deploy a NestJS Application in Heroku using GitLab CI/CD pipelines
In previous days I wrote a little tutorial explaining how to create a NestJS application Create an API Rest With NestJS and PostgreSQL and now I will explain how to deploy it using GitLab Pipelines.
We need to create an account in Heroku and GitLab.
Please make sure that Node.js (>= 10.13.0) is installed on your operating system.
Once installed NodeJS we doing to install NestJS CLI, Command Line Interface that help us to maintain our application.
Once installed, we going to execute the next command to create our project.
$ nest new project-name
You can find the core files in the src directory.
NestFactoryto create a Nest application instance.
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