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Heroku App.Json Manifest
and Button Maker


We love Heroku's new one click deploy button and the app.json schema is great, so we built a tool to help developers make better use of it.

A clean and simple name to identify the template.

A brief summary of the app: what it does, who it’s for, why it exists, etc.

An array of strings describing the app.

The project’s website.

The location of the application’s source code, such as a Git URL, GitHub URL, Subversion URL, or Mercurial URL.

The URL of the application’s logo image. Dimensions should be square. Format can be SVG, PNG, or JPG.

A URL specifying where to redirect the user once their new app is deployed. If value is a fully-qualified URL, the user should be redirected to that URL. If value begins with a slash /, the user should be redirected to that path in their newly deployed app.

A key-value object specifying scripts or shell commands to execute at different stages in the build/release process. Currently, postdeploy is the only supported script.

A comma delimited array of strings specifying Heroku add-ons to provision on the app before deploying. Each addon string should be in the format addon:plan or addon. If plan is omitted, that addon’s default plan will be provisioned.

Buildpack URL of the App

1. Your app.json file

Add this to your Repo

2. Your Heroku Deploy Button

Copy & Paste this into your Readme.md file

Deploy