01 Sep '13, 7pm

I just earned the Rails Deployment badge on @treehouse:

I just earned the Rails Deployment badge on @treehouse:

The most important step of creating our application is deploying it to the internet. While developing, we run the app locally to test it, but its final home is on the internet. There are many different ways of deploying a web application, but one of the easiest ways is Heroku, which lets you deploy your app for free.

Full article: http://teamtreehouse.com/library/programming/build-a-simp...

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I just earned the Getting Started With Rails badge on @treehouse:

I just earned the Getting Started With Rails ba...

teamtreehouse.com 07 Sep '13, 7am

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How to Install Gems in Ruby on Rails – Treehous...

blog.teamtreehouse.com 22 Aug '13, 6pm

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