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How to deploy and host your Web Applications on Heroku

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Heroku is a cloud platform that lets you build, deliver, monitor and scale applications on the go. Heroku helps the developers to deploy and host their web applications on their cloud platform without having to know much about how their cloud infrastructure actually works. Heroku supports multiple programming environments such as Nodejs, Ruby, Java, PHP, Python, Go, Scala and Clojure. This blog post will discuss about how to deploy your Web Application on Heroku using both Heroku CLI and their Web Interface in simple steps. Once you follow these steps, your project will be live under the heroku's free subdomain <your-preferred-name>.herokuapp.com. For this blog post, I've used a sample project called "Incrementer Demo" and the project code is available on github.
Using Heroku Command Line Interface (CLI)

Step 1 : Download and Install Heroku CLI from Heroku Devcenter
• SignUp/Register a free Heroku account
• Go to https://devcenter.heroku.com, download and Instal…

How to deploy and host your Static Web Projects on Surge.sh

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Surge is a platform where you can publish/host your Static Web Projects online using a Command Prompt Interface. Your project will be live after deployment under a subdomain that surge provides for FREE. Although you can host your project on a custom domain of your choice with some extra settings, this blog post tries to explain how to deploy your static web project on a subdomain Surge.sh offers. 
Here are the 3 simple steps you could follow in order to get your Static Web Project live online in minutes. For this blog post, I've used a sample project called "Incrementer Demo" and the project code is available on github.
Step 1 : Download and Install Nodejs
In order to install Surge, you need a command line interface with an in-built npm package manager through which you can install the Surge package as shown in the Step 2.
To Install the latest Nodejs version from the official website, 
• go to https://nodejs.org/en/
• download and install the latest build of Nodejs for your…