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README.heroku

Checkout the karmanotes repository locally.

Create Heroku app from either the web interface or the CLI. See Heroku
documentation for more information at
`https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/getting-started-with-django`

From the settings page for the Heroku app, find the Git URL and copy it.

Install the Heroku CLI. Make sure to configure the Heroku CLI tool with `heroku login`.

In the karmanotes repository:
`git remote add my-heroku-dev git@heroku.com:.git`

Create a Heroku database either from the web interface or the CLI by adding
a Postgres Add-On to the Heroku App. Look for the Dev Plan (its free). Once
created, click through the add-on until the connection settings are found
for the app's database. Keep track of URL in the connection settings for the
configuration step. It'll be pasted into the `DATABASE_URL` environment
variable.

Configure the application by copying `${project_root}/.env.example` to `${project_root}/.env` and edit it appropriately for all external dependencies.

Push the configuration to Heroku by running the handy script. `python export_env_to_heroku.py`

Push the app to Heroku with git. `git push my-heroku-dev master`