Make sure you have Docker, Git Client and the Heroku Toolbelt installed.
If you haven't already, clone Runtime
git clone https://github.com/Cybergroup-Research/ignite-runtime-image.gitcd ignite-runtime-image
From existing cloned repository, run the following
cd ignite-runtime-imagegit pull origin master
If you haven't already, login to your Heroku account and follow the prompts to create a new SSH public key.
$ heroku login
Now, to log into the container registry, you must have Docker set up in your local environment. You should see output when you run this command.
$ docker ps
Next, log into the Heroku Container Registry.
$ heroku container:login
To push your Docker-based app, build the Dockerfile in the current directory and push the Docker image
$ docker build . -t <your-app-name>$ heroku container:push web --app <your-app-name>
Finally, release your container to your app!
$ heroku container:release web --app <your-app-name>
That's it! Happy Low-Coding!