I've signed up for Heroku, and have a full website in a repo I created on BitBucket. How would I clone the repository (or remote?) into heroku, and have everything update on the fly? I'd like to make changes on my machine, and have Heroku update the site every time the BitBucket repo has changed.
You can use Bamboo for this task, creating a plan that checks the Bitbucket changes and triggers a script task that updates Heroku.
To know more about Bamboo, please take a look at https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/AOD/Getting+started+using+Atlassian+OnDemand
Afraid I'm rather confused. Being a novice, I could use a set of instructions. The only things I see in the forums/docs is this: "You can use Bamboo to deploy your Java web application to the Heroku cloud platform." So, what about static websites? I have a static website repo under my BitBucket account, and I understand Heroku has Bamboo as an add-on, but that's as much as I know. I know little as to how to set this all up.
Well, Bamboo appears to not be a free solution, unless I'm mistaken. I'm looking for something free for a small-scale portfolio website. That's really all I need. Is there no other way to hook the source (Bitbucket repo) to Heroku, and have the site update as I push changes?
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