Deploy to Heroku


This documentation assumes that you have an active Heroku account.

1. Create a new repository from the template

On GitHub, create a new repository using the template from paularmstrong/build-tracker-heroku.

2. Update the build-tracker.config.js file

This is the @build-tracker/server configuration. The most important thing to do here is to set up your performance budgets. There are also more options available that you may want to set as well. It is not recommended to change any of the presets other than the artifacts option.

3. Deploy to Heroku

If you are set up as a public GitHub repository, simply click the Deploy to Heroku button at the top of the file while viewing it on GitHub.

If you are using a private repository, update the link to use the ?template= argument, replacing the repository my-org/my-repository in this string with the correct organization and repository path:

Once that URL is updated, you may click it any time.

4. Configure on Heroku

Follow the instructions provided on Heroku to deploy your Build Tracker application. Take special note that the BT_URL option must be provided with the same application name if you plan on using a domain. If you are going to configure any other domain, enter that instead.