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heroku-buildpack-python - The official Heroku buildpack for Python apps.

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This is the official Heroku buildpack for Python apps, powered by Pipenv, pip and other excellent software. Recommended web frameworks include Django and Flask. The recommended webserver is Gunicorn. There are no restrictions around what software can be used (as long as it's pip-installable). Web processes must bind to $PORT, and only the HTTP protocol is permitted for incoming connections.

create-react-app-buildpack - Heroku Buildpack for create-react-app: static hosting for React

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Deploy React.js web apps generated with create-react-app. Automates deployment with the built-in bundler and serves it up via Nginx. See the introductory blog post and entry in Heroku elements. This buildpack deploys a React UI as a static web site. The Nginx web server provides optimum performance and security for the runtime. See Architecture for details.

heroku-buildpack-r - Heroku buildpack for R (http://www.r-project.org)

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NOTE: This version is DEPRECATED. Please use the heroku-16 branch. This is a Heroku buildpack for applications which use R for statistical computing and CRAN for R packages.




buildScript - 🛠 Script for artifacts building ⚙

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Script use to rebuild the meta data of api and website, and then deploy them. Most of the codes will be in update-website.sh, build.sh is the file we need to execute, and config.sh is the file contains the configs.

heroku-geo-buildpack - Geo libraries for Heroku

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This is a Heroku buildpack that vendors main geo/gis libraries like geos, proj and gdal. You will use this buildpack with other major buildpack such as Ruby buildpack.

predictionio-buildpack - Deploy predictive query engines built with PredictionIO, an open-source machine learning framework

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Enables data scientists and developers to deploy custom machine learning services created with PredictionIO. This buildpack is part of an exploration into utilizing the Heroku developer experience to simplify data science operations. When considering this proof-of-concept technology, please note its current limitations. We'd love to hear from you. Open issues on this repo with feedback and questions.

heroku-node-settings - Prevent your Heroku Dyno from killing your Node app because of high memory consumption

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Since Node 2, the default garbage collection settings allow the app to consume up to 1.5GB before garbage collection occurs. In Heroku this is specially problematic as it might kill your app before that limit is reached (smaller dynos do not have such amount of memory). As Heroku provides an environment variable $WEB_MEMORY to let the system know what the limit is, you can start your app passing the appropriate flags so that this limit is never reached. If you are using the default start mechanism in Heroku (npm start) then you only need to change the start command in your package.json so that it uses heroku-node-settings instead of node.


heroku-buildpack-cli

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This is a Heroku buildpack that allows one to run the Heroku CLI in a dyno alongside application code. This is not a replacement for the Heroku API or various clients like v3 Ruby, node or python. Some private APIs like pgbackups do require the buildpack, so this exists.

webpack-rails-buildpack - Buildpack for webpack-rails

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A buildpack to support Heroku deployments with webpack-rails. Add a custom buildpack to your to your applications Settings tab under section Buildpacks by using the URL of this repository, instead of the short name of Heroku's own buildpacks. It goes alongside your Ruby and Node buildpacks, placed in last position.

heroku-nextjs-build - Heroku build adapter for Next.js (an npm module)

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🌈 In February 2017, Next was fixed so that it no longer requires a static build path. As a result, this build adapter is no longer required. ▶️ Head over to the Next on Heroku example app.

custom-ssh-key-buildpack - :key: Add an SSH key to you Heroku dyno :key:

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Use Custom SSH key buildpack if you need to, for example, download a dependency stored in a private repository. Based on http://stackoverflow.com/a/29677091/3303182.

roots-buildpack - A Heroku buildpack for static sites built with Roots

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This is a buildpack for deploying static sites to Heroku. It's powered by Roots, a static site compiler that takes advantage of modern pre-processing technologies. Go forth and precompile all the things...

dotnetcore-buildpack - Heroku .NET Core Buildpack

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This is the Heroku buildpack for ASP.NET Core. The Buildpack will search through the repository's folders to locate a Startup.cs file. If found, the .csproj in the containing folder will be used in the dotnet publish <project>.csproj command.

heroku-buildpack-d - Heroku Buildpack for the D Programming Language

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A heroku buildpack for the D programing language using dub to build applications. The buildpack will infer a default Procfile for you, that should be sufficient for many cases.

heroku-bash-completion - :skull: OFFICIAL SUPPORT NOW AVAILABLE: https://github

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The plugin generates the list from the heroku help commands, so it should stay up to date with new commands. Your app names and git remotes are also autocompleted. For zsh, see zsh-completions.

heroku-buildpack-activestorage-preview - Official Heroku Rails 5.2 Active Storage Previews Buildpack

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This is an official Heroku buildpack to support Rails 5.2 users of Active Storage previews. One of the marquee features of Active Storage is the ability to use “previews” of non-image attachments. Specifically you can preview PDFs and Videos. To use this feature your application needs access to system resources that know how to work with these files. By default Rails ships with support with poppler for PDF previews, and ffmpeg for Video previews. These system dependencies are not available by default on Heroku.

sphinx-deployment - automatic setup and deployment for sphinx docs

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Automatic setup and deployment for sphinx docs. For short-cut deployment, it could be $ make deploy_gh_pages, $ make deploy_rsync or $ make deploy_heroku basing on the configuration of DEPLOY_DEFAULT.





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