MY LOOKUP APP WORKS! Yayy!
Locally at least.
But what good is a web app, if you can only enjoy it yourself?
So I needed a way to deploy my app automatically (and for free).
I guess, that's true for most apps, but I had some difficulties:
- I had a frontend and a backend to compile before starting the app
- I had to download the prerendered index before starting the app
Heroku's documentation is also quite extensive. However, I couldn't get my head around their release stage. All my tries to configure the releases right didn't work.
And now, my dear diary, I have to end my writings. I have finally made my lookup app. It's still not shiny or stable, but it works and I'm quite happy with it.
If anybody reading this might find it interesting and want to use it, they can all find it here:
This post is one of five posts from the tflookup developer diary series
Cover Image: "diary writing" by Fredrik Rubensson
I've dealt with anxiety and depression for most of my life. Its been a constant battle, both personally and professionally as a software developer. Here's a look into my journey and some things I've taken away from it so far.