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Great service to build, run and manage applications entirely in the cloud!
Feel free to clone/fork the repo and customize it to your need. You will find instructions to deploy it on Heroku or even try it on your machine if you want. - Source: dev.to / about 2 months ago
1a. Just use heroku. Might look expensive but the moment you put into the equation your time, it is not that expensive. You can always move things later to more cheap and do it yourself providers (such as AWS). You'll have won a lot of time implementing features by then. - Source: Reddit / about 2 months ago
Finally, on the backend, we've got a simple Scala-based application, deployed on Heroku. The database is PostgreSQL, but the application is not a straightforward CRUD as you might expect, but instead uses SQL-based, transactional event sourcing. Probably overkill, but — if we ever want to create a new view basing on the events (which include e.g. Program creation in creative mode, or solving a challenge) — for... - Source: dev.to / about 2 months ago
Use Heroku for dynamic sites, Vercel or Netlify for static sites. - Source: Reddit / about 1 month ago
No doubt that Heroku is a great tool for developers. One particular reason for me is its generosity. I will explain how. - Source: dev.to / 25 days ago