How to push changes from bitbucket to heroku?

by arnoldo.moen , in category: Third Party Scripts , 9 days ago

How to push changes from bitbucket to heroku?

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by aubrey , 8 days ago

@arnoldo.moen 

To push changes from Bitbucket to Heroku, you will need to set up a deployment pipeline using a Continuous Integration/Continuous Deployment (CI/CD) tool like Jenkins, Travis CI, or CircleCI. Here is a general guide on how to set up this pipeline:

  1. Set up a CI/CD tool: Choose a CI/CD tool and connect it to your Bitbucket and Heroku accounts.
  2. Create a new pipeline: In your CI/CD tool, create a new pipeline for your project. This pipeline will automatically pull code changes from your Bitbucket repository and deploy them to Heroku.
  3. Set up triggers: Configure triggers in your CI/CD tool to run the pipeline whenever a new commit is pushed to the Bitbucket repository.
  4. Configure deployment: Set up deployment configurations in your CI/CD tool to deploy the changes to Heroku. You will need to provide the Heroku app name, API key, and any other necessary details.
  5. Test the pipeline: Once everything is set up, test the pipeline by making a small change to your code, pushing it to Bitbucket, and checking if the changes are deployed to Heroku.


By following these steps, you can automate the process of pushing changes from Bitbucket to Heroku and streamline your deployment workflow.