Heroku Deployment

1. heroku git: remote -a app_name 
$add remote to your local repository
2. git remote -v
$checks that the correct repository is connected
3. git push heroku master
$push local master to heroku remote
Rails =>
4. heroku run rails db:schema:load
$migrates database
Node =>
4. heroku run knex migrate:latest
$migrates database




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