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Gotham — From Start to Heroku

In this article, we’ll implement and deploy a Gotham full-stack web framework using the Tera template system, Webpack for a complete front-end asset management, a minimal VueJS and CoffeeScript web app and deploy to Heroku. Gotham is a Rust framework which is focused on safety, speed, concurrency and async everything. Webpack is a NodeJS website asset preprocessor and bundler which can let you use ...

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Mixing Ruby and Rust on Heroku

Ruby has been around for a good many years now and has become a quite well-seasoned language. There are many profitable tools, projects, and sites with code written in Ruby, which is a nice thing that we can utilize even in Rust. In this post, I’ll be covering running Ruby code from Rust, touch on Rust from Ruby, and deploying ...

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Heroku Style Application Deployments with Docker

In this article, we describe how you can use Kontena’s experimental features for deploying application with Kontena just like with Heroku! Developing and deploying applications to Heroku was revolutionary when it was introduced. A developer could just focus on developing a killer app instead of configuring servers and build scripts. Heroku, just like many other platform-as-a-service (PaaS) solutions, allows developers ...

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How We Moved From Heroku To Containers With No Docker Experience

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Debugging a Memory Leak on Heroku

This is one of the most frequent questions I’m asked by Heroku Ruby customers: “How do I debug a memory leak?” Memory is important. If you don’t have enough of it, you’ll end up using swap memory and really slowing down your site. So what do you do when you think you’ve got a memory leak? What you’re most likely ...

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Heroku Data Links with Postgres and Redis

PostgreSQL has a great feature called Foreign Data Wrappers (FDW) that allows it to connect directly to outside systems. Although the setup can be a little complicated, once it’s available you can run queries with joins or subqueries against them, insert data, create views, etc. Heroku has dramatically simplified the process of using FDW with PostgreSQL and Redis thanks to ...

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