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@@ -3,36 +3,45 @@ A boilerplate for deploying Square's Cube time-series visualizer to Heroku.
### Instructions
* Clone this repository
- `git clone`
+ git clone
* cd into the directory and install dependencies
- `npm install`
+ npm install
* Create two Heroku apps - one for the evaluator and one for the collector. (make sure to substitute the names in these examples!)
- `heroku create my-collector-app`
- `heroku create my-evaluator-app`
+ heroku create my-collector-app
+ heroku create my-evaluator-app
* Set up your git remotes to the Heroku apps, again one for the evaluator and one for the collector.
- `git remote add my-collector-app`
- `git remote add my-evaluator-app`
+ git remote add my-collector-app
+ git remote add my-evaluator-app
* Add configuration variable so the apps know which is which.
- `heroku config:add COLLECTOR_APP=1 -a my-collector-app`
- `heroku config:add EVALUATOR_APP=1 -a my-evaluator-app`
+ heroku config:add COLLECTOR_APP=1 -a my-collector-app
+ heroku config:add EVALUATOR_APP=1 -a my-evaluator-app
* Add the Mongolab add-on to your evaluator application.
- `heroku addons:add mongolab:starter -a my-evaluator-app`
+ heroku addons:add mongolab:starter -a my-evaluator-app
* Copy the MONGOLAB_URI config variable from the evaluator app to the config
- `heroku config -a my-evaluator-app | grep MONGOLAB_URI #read the config`
- `heroku config:add MONGOLAB_URI=mongodb:// -a my-collector-app`
+ heroku config -a my-evaluator-app | grep MONGOLAB_URI #read the config
+ heroku config:add MONGOLAB_URI=mongodb:// -a my-collector-app
* Deploy both apps
- `git push my-collector-app master`
- `git push my-evaluator-app master`
+ git push my-collector-app master
+ git push my-evaluator-app master
* Visit the evaluator app
- `heroku open -a my-evaluator-app`
+ heroku open -a my-evaluator-app
You should see the example time series displayed with Cubism.
Send some events to the collector app via any means Cube supports (pointing toward the
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