A blank Lift project that is ready for Heroku
$ git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:ghostm/lift-omniauth.git
Create a new heroku app on their Cedar stack:
$ heroku create --stack cedar
Deploy your code:
$ git push heroku master
$ heroku open
For more info about Scala on Heroku check out the dev center
More details about the changes made to the standard Lift Blank project to get it ready for Heroku ...
Instead of deploying a war file we want to start Jetty directly. As others before me have figured out, the easiest way to do this is create a Main method to start jetty. See JettyLauncher.scala - save this in your src/main/scala dir. Then use Typesafe's start script plugin to generate a script to start the app.
Note: make sure that project/build.properties doesn't start with a comment line. Heroku doesn't like that.
Based on Scalatra on Heroku