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Koi Deploy

This is an entry in the 2012 Rails Rumble. After checking it out, we encourage you
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V200_team-299

Description

Deploy your Rails app straight from GitHub to Heroku in a single click!

* Automatic backups of Heroku PostgreSQL databases.
* Never forget to run migrations.
* Deploy from any branch, tag, or SHA1.
* The safety of maintenance mode while deploying.

If you need an application to test with, here is a simple Rack app that redirects to our Rails Rumble entry.

https://github.com/koideploy/railsrumble-redirect

Simply fork the repo, set up a Heroku app with `heroku create` then follow the instructions on Koi Deploy.

Built By Team "Ennovators"

Built With

Interested in seeing what was used to build this application? Resources may include things like open source libraries, third party APIs, and icons.

http://subtlepatterns.com/grid/
http://www.flickr.com/photos/75001512@N00/7222053530/
http://www.google.com/webfonts/specimen/Poly
https://github.com/cjohansen/Sinon.JS
https://github.com/trentrichardson/jQuery-Timepicker-Addon

Web services:

GitHub
Heroku

Gems:

rails, pg, jquery-rails, haml, thin, formtastic, omniauth-github, github_api, queue_classic, daemons, whenever, dalli, state_machine, exception_notification, heroku-api, heroku, select2-rails, strong_parameters, spinjs-rails, pry-rails, sass-rails, coffee-rails, uglifier, bootstrap-sass, compass-rails, quiet_assets, capistrano, net-ssh, capistrano_colors, letter_opener, rspec-rails, zeus, shoulda-matchers, awesome_print, factory_girl, faker, capybara, poltergeist, timecop

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