Learning resources for building and extending applications on Heroku.

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  • Ably

    Simply better realtime messaging for any internet enabled device

6 months ago

  • Logmatic.io

    Logmatic.io is an operations data platform for log and machine events. We help companies improve their software and business performance by leveraging their machine data, for: - Efficient, powerful apps - Enhanced user experience - Smoother business decisions

7 months ago

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  • SparkPost

    Fast, high-deliverability email. Detailed real-time analytics.

1 year ago

  • AT&T M2X

    M2X is an add-on for providing access to AT&T M2X, a highly secure and scalable time-series data storage service for network connected devices and the Internet of Things.

2 years ago

  • Expedited SSL

    Installation instructions for the Expedited SSL add-on, which provides a fast, easy way to get a SSL certificate installed on Heroku.
  • Using Amazon CloudFront CDN

    Using the Amazon CloudFront Content Delivery Network to optimise delivery of static assets.
  • PointDNS

    PointDNS is a powerful, easy to use DNS Management tool.
  • Auth0

    Auth0 is an add-on for providing single sign on with social and enterprise identities.
  • RedisMonitor

    Track your Redis server's health and prevent problems before they occur.
  • Principles of Management and Visibility

    Understand the key concepts in managing and gaining visibility into your Heroku app.
  • Architecting Applications for Heroku

    Understand the core architectural principles and development practices to developing scalable apps for Heroku.
  • TelAPI

    Effortless Cloud Telephony
  • StatusPage

    StatusPage.io makes beautiful status pages showing system performance and allowing communication with your customers during downtime or service issues.
  • Video: API vs. Game

    This presentation looks at API design, comparing it to game design.

3 years ago

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  • Amazon RDS

    This article describes how to configure your Heroku app to use an Amazon RDS database.