Writing Your First Heroku Application In PHP
This course is designed for those interested to learn the basics of writing a homepage using Heroku, deploy your first web application to the cloud, use add-ons such as MySQL databases and performance tracking, troubleshoot errors, and configure and customise your virtual server.
About This CourseBeginner
Heroku is a cloud hosting platform that allows you to deploy websites and web applications with a simple Git push. Heroku manages the environment, including installing PHP and Apache on your own virtual server: all you have to do is tell it what to do and Heroku does the rest.
If you run your own website, Heroku is a cost-effective and convenient way to host it without having to manage your own server or be dependent on your hosting company to give you the correct version of PHP.
If you are an employee, many companies are converting to cloud platforms such as Heroku. Therefore, having this skill on your Curriculum Vitae will increase your employment opportunities and make you more valuable to your existing employee.
Invest just one hour of your life to learn to use Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) cloud hosting and I promise you that you will fall in love, as well as adding a valuable skill to your Curriculum Vitae.
Following along step-by-step, you will deploy your first web application to the cloud, use add-ons such as MySQL databases and performance tracking, troubleshoot errors using the Heroku CLI, and configure and customise your virtual server.
Who this course is for:
- Programmers who want to join the Heroku revolution
Our Promise to You
By the end of this course, you will have learned how to write your first Heroku homepage.
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Section 1 - Introduction
What Is Heroku?
Section 2 - Setting Up On Heroku
Create A Heroku Account
Install The CLI
Section 3 - Setting Up Heroku On
Installing Git On Windows
Installing Heroku CLI On Windows
Using Git Bash On Windows
Section 4 - Your First Heroku Application
Creating A Simple Application
Adding The PHP Code
Creating A Procfile
Committing To Git
Deploying To Heroku
Section 5 - Using Config Vars
What Are Config Vars?
Adding A Local Config Var
Using Config Vars Locally
Pushing The Code To Heroku
Using Config Vars On Heroku
Section 6 - Using Resources
What Are Add-Ons?
Adding A Local Variable
Making A MySQL Connection
MySQL In The Cloud
Section 7 - Troubleshooting Errors
Breaking The Application
Finding Out What Is Wrong
Section 8 - Troubleshooting With Rollbar
Installing The Client Library
Configuring Domain Names
Configuring Apache’s Web Root
Enabling PHP Extensions
Switching To Nginx
Section 10 - Conclusion
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