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How to write a bitbucket-ppipeline.yml for django+react app for deployment to heroku


I am getting error when I am using these pipeline steps..

Heroku is detecting only python buildpack not reactjs

- step:
name: Backend Build
image: python:3.8.5
- cd backend
- git archive --format=tar.gz master -o sample-app.tar.gz
- backend/sample-app.tar.gz

- step:
name: Build and Test for react
image: node:10.19.0
trigger: manual

- node
# Use a in-memory sqlite3 database
- export TRAMPOLINE_CI=true
- cd frontend
- rm -rf package-lock.json
- rm -rf node_modules
- npm install
- npm run build
- step:
name: Deploy to production
deployment: production
trigger: manual

- pip
- node
- pipe: atlassian/heroku-deploy:1.2.1
ZIP_FILE: backend/sample-app.tar.gz



1 answer

0 votes
seanaty Atlassian Team Jan 27, 2021

Please post the error.


I am getting this activity-logs on Heroku.

 my files structure is:






















-----> Building on the Heroku-20 stack
-----> App not compatible with buildpack:
 !     ERROR: Application not supported by 'heroku/nodejs' buildpack
 !     The 'heroku/nodejs' buildpack is set on this application, but was
 !     unable to detect a Node.js codebase.
 !     A Node.js app on Heroku requires a 'package.json' at the root of
 !     the directory structure.
 !     If you are trying to deploy a Node.js application, ensure that this
 !     file is present at the top level directory. This directory has the
 !     following files:
 !     backend/
 !     myapp/
 !     db.sqlite3
 !     media/
 !     If you are trying to deploy an application written in another
 !     language, you need to change the list of buildpacks set on your
 !     Heroku app using the 'heroku buildpacks' command.
 !     For more information, refer to the following documentation:
       More info:
 !     Push failed


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