Makes it easy to push to heroku.
Add this to Gemfile:
After installing the gem copy this file to
Change the contents of
config/push2heroku.yml as per your needs after
reading rest of README.
Here at BigBinary we create a separate branch for each feature we work
on. Let's say that I am working on
authentication with facebook.
When I am done with the feature then I send pull request to my team
members to review. However in order to review the work all the team
members need to pull down the branch and fire up
rails server and then
We like to see things working. So we developed
push2heroku to push a
feature branch to heroku instantly with one command. Executing
push2heroku prints a url and we put that url in the pull request so
that team members can actually test the feature.
push2heroku reads the
push2heroku.yml and executes those commands.
It's that simple.
Lets say that I am working in a branch called
76-facebook-authentication. When I execute
push2heroku then the
application name under which it will be deployed to heroku will be
nimbleshop is the name of the project.
76-facebook is the first 10 letters of the branch name.
neeraj is the first 5 letters of my github user name.
So in this case the url of the application will be
push2heroku.yml file the keys
are branch names. And these branches are special branches. For these
branches the url generated will be just the application name and the
branch name. For example if I execute
rake push2heroku from
branch then the heroku url will be
However if I delete
staging key from
is no longer a special branch and the heroku url would be
push2heroku is released under MIT License.
The new design of
push2heroku is very flexible. Let's say that Artem
wants to test something then he can add to
regenerate_images: - bundle exec heroku run rake db:regenerate_images --app <%=ENV['HEROKU_APP_NAME']%> --trace - bundle exec heroku run rake db:post_image_cleanup --app <%=ENV['HEROKU_APP_NAME']%> --trace
Now to execute all the commands under key
regenrate_images all he has to do is
rake push2heroku CALLBACKS=reset_db_using_fixtures,regenerate_images
Just comma separate all the tasks. It's that simple. Now
push2heroku gives all the control to the developer.