Last Updated: February 25, 2016
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· krry

New git and heroku remotes in a few commands

Piece o' cake

I've googled these commands too many times.

When setting up a new repo which you will want to deploy to *.herokuapp.com, it's nice to set up a github remote and a heroku remote without having to click around a bunch. Here's how I go about it today:

First go to your github page and make/name a new repo. Then:

  • git init
  • git add .
  • git commit -am "first firetrucking commit; this is all the juice you commit-message-reading rapscallion"
  • git remote add origin <url of new git repo> e.g., "https://github.com/username/reponame.git"
  • git push -u origin master
  • heroku create
  • heroku git:remote -a <heroku-app-name>

This will work nicely if you have all the permissions/security figured out with github and heroku already. If you don't, you will undoubtedly choke on errors.

Should you encounter permission problems I refer you to: