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
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