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Dependency issues when setting up Heroku Toolbelt in linux [on hold]

I've been trying to setup the Heroku toolbelt on my linux system. When I run the script, I always get a list of dependencies for heroku and foreman that looks like this: Building dependency tree ...
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What is the best way to build a static page web site from a JSON API?

I have a JSON API that includes some discusssions. I want to build a static html site on another server, pages that are built from data on that API. I am more comfortable using Rails than Node. The ...
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Listing dependencies in the package.json for a node.js app on Heroku

I previously had an issue with my node.js app on Heroku. I added the dependency into my package.json and now it is working. But, is this the best way to do it? { "name": "application-name", ...
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Provisioning databases through Heroku vs direct with MongoHQ/MongoLab

It seems that I would get more control and some more options (e.g. more precise backup control) by provisioning MongoDB databases direct through MongoHQ rather than using the Heroku addons. What are ...
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Rails + Heroku Architecture

I'm in the process of developing a Rails app that I plan on subsequently deploying to Heroku. I've never run apps on Heroku (outside of the free simple app) so I have some questions on a few things on ...
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How does one handle sensitive data when using Github and Heroku?

I am not yet accustomed with the way Git works (And wonder if someone besides Linus is ;)). If you use Heroku to host you application, you need to have your code checked in a Git repo. If you work on ...
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Why .NET and C# are not available on Cloud Platforms? [closed]

I checked Google App Engine and Heroku but both don't support .NET/C# applications. Even though Google App Engine shows support for Windows Azure, but in the supported languages it doesn't show C# or ...