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Posted 5 Nov 2017
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WordPress on Heroku

, 5 Nov 2017
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How I got WordPress running on Heroku.

Introduction

I have been trying to get free hosting for an experimental WordPress installation, and this is how I achieved that.

Background

I've been looking for free hosting for my WordPress/PHP development experiments, and after about two days of trying to get regular WP to run on Heroku, the container platform, I discovered wordpress-12factor, a WP fork especially made for Heroku. The install process for wordpress-12factor automatically provisions a MySQL database for WP using the Heroku add-ons included in the wordpress-12factor install instructions. No further admin at all is required to get WP up and running on Heroku.

Using the code

After following the Heroku Getting Started tutorial in the official documentation, I cloned wordpress-12factor and followed the excellent instructions on the GitHub page to install it to Heroku, I have now achieved what I wanted in about 20 minutes.

History

This is the first edition of this tip.

License

This article, along with any associated source code and files, is licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

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About the Author

Brady Kelly
Founder Erisia Web Development
South Africa South Africa
I am a software developer in Johannesburg, South Africa. I specialise in C# and ASP.NET MVC, with SQL Server, with special fondness for MVC and jQuery. I have been in this business for about eighteen years, and am currently trying to master Angular 4 and .NET Core, and somehow find a way to strengthen my creative faculties.
- Follow me on Twitter at @bradykelly

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