Heroku, is a cloud-based platform which offers a free plan for web developers to manage and deploy their projects. In order to utilize their services, we will have to sign up.
Before we get started, please verify that Git, Node and NPM is installed by running the below commands in your terminal:
$ means to run the command in your terminal.
$ node --version
If Node is not installed, download it here.
$ npm --version
NPM is normally installed alongside with Node. However, if NPM isn’t installed on your system, try to reinstall a more current version of Node.
$ git --version
If Git is not installed, download it here. After Git is installed, let’s initialize a local repository for our application.
$ git init
Once we have signed up for Heroku and installed all prerequisites, install the Heroku CLI and login through your terminal.
$ heroku login
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