1. Articles from Heroku

    blog.heroku.com

  2. 1-24 of 62 1 2 3 »
    1. .@Heroku Blog: Apache Kafka, Data Pipelines, and Functional Reactive Programming with Node.js

      .@Heroku Blog: Apache Kafka, Data Pipelines, and Functional Reactive Programming with Node.js

      Heroku recently released a managed Apache Kafka offering. As a Node.js developer, I wanted to demystify Kafka by sharing a simple yet practical use case with the many Node.js developers who are curious how this technology might be useful. At Heroku we use Kafka internally for a number of uses including data pipelines.  

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: Heroku
    2. Heroku Connect APIs Now GA

      Heroku Connect APIs Now GA

      Announcing that the APIs for the Heroku Connect data synchronization service are now GA. These fully supported endpoints will help users with the tasks they most need repeatable automation for: creating consistent configuration across development, staging, and production environments; managing connections across multiple Salesforce deployments; and integrating Heroku Connect status with their existing operational systems and alerts.

      Read Full Article
    3. Announcing Heroku + Parse: Flexible Platform Meets Feature-rich SDKs

      Announcing Heroku + Parse: Flexible Platform Meets Feature-rich SDKs

      Most modern mobile apps depend heavily on the app’s back-end. That’s because many of the expectations users have for mobile apps today -- for the application to work regardless of network connectivity, to notify them when relevant content changes, to have integrations with the social networks they use, for appropriate levels of security, and a hundred other things -- are reliant on the app’s back-end services.

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: Heroku Mobile
    4. Heroku’s Free (as in beer) Dynos

      Heroku’s Free (as in beer) Dynos

      Heroku comes from and is built for the developer community; the values of experimentation, openness and accessibility have been part of the product from day one, and continue to drive its development. From our first days, we have provided a free tier that followed in the tradition of making it as easy and fun as possible for developers to learn and play, discover new technologies, and build new apps — and that's not changing. It's as rewarding to us today as it was seven years ago to see experienced developers, students and hobbyist hackers use Heroku in that spirit ...

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: Heroku
    5. Announcing Heroku Elements – The Marketplace for the Builders of the App Economy

      Announcing Heroku Elements – The Marketplace for the Builders of the App Economy

      These days, apps are more composed than built. Long past are the days of spinning up your own Elasticsearch cluster to add search to your application. Instead we borrow from previous projects, and adapt a template as a good foundation. It’s a great improvement – but the process of keeping up to date with the right services, tools, and templates can be a time consuming task at best, and an overwhelming flood of new information at worst.

      Today we're excited to announce Heroku Elements, a new marketplace that brings all of the pieces within our Heroku ecosystem together in ...

      Read Full Article
      Mentions: Heroku
    1-24 of 62 1 2 3 »