static files with sinatra on heroku!
you may first need to install heroku command line tools
gem install heroku
login to heroku services
if you haven't already, you'll need to set up ssh keys with heroku
now, the repo!
clone this repository to get you started (if you want)
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:sethvincent/sinatra-skeleton-heroku-static-pages-example.git
make and commit your changes
git add . git commit -m 'stuff'
when you're ready, create a site on heroku
if you want to run your app on heroku's cedar stack do this:
heroku create --stack cedar
this creates a remote repo that you can push to
git push heroku master
That should be all it takes to use sinatra on heroku to serve static files.
This example includes the skeleton css framework in the public folder to help you out if you're starting from scratch.