Deploy Static Website to Heroku

Deploy Static Website to Heroku

by John Vincent


Posted on April 5, 2017


This document discusses how to deploy a basic static website to Heroku.

Local Development

Rijksmuseum at Github

Project directory

cd /Users/jv/Desktop/MyDevelopment/github/projects-heroku

git clone git@github.com:johnvincentio/rijksmuseum.git

Move to code directory

cd rijksmuseum

Rename index.html

mv index.html home.html

Create file

/Users/jv/Desktop/MyDevelopment/github/projects-heroku/rijksmuseum/index.php

<?php include_once("home.html"); ?>

Create file composer.json

{}

Commit to repo

git add .
git commit -m "init"

Heroku Login

Login to Heroku

cd /Users/jv/Desktop/MyDevelopment/github/projects-heroku/rijksmuseum

heroku login

Create Heroku App

cd /Users/jv/Desktop/MyDevelopment/github/projects-heroku/rijksmuseum

heroku create johnvincentio-rijksmuseum
https://johnvincentio-rijksmuseum.herokuapp.com/ | https://git.heroku.com/johnvincentio-rijksmuseum.git
  • Application url: https://johnvincentio-rijksmuseum.herokuapp.com/
  • Heroku git repository: https://git.heroku.com/johnvincentio-rijksmuseum.git

Check Git

git remote -v

shows

heroku  https://git.heroku.com/johnvincentio-rijksmuseum.git (fetch)
heroku  https://git.heroku.com/johnvincentio-rijksmuseum.git (push)
origin  git@github.com:johnvincentio/rijksmuseum.git (fetch)
origin  git@github.com:johnvincentio/rijksmuseum.git (push)

Deploy the Code

cd /Users/jv/Desktop/MyDevelopment/github/projects-heroku/rijksmuseum

git push heroku master

Test

https://johnvincentio-rijksmuseum.herokuapp.com/