Heroku Express App Vs Netlify Serverless App - Free Node.js Hosting

Hosting With Netlify – Heroku Express App Vs Netlify Serverless App – Free Node.js Hosting


Heroku Express App Vs Netlify Serverless App – Free Node.js Hosting

Hosting With Netlify

Let’s learn how to host a Node.js app for free using the Heroku service. After that we’ll look at a completely different and increasingly popular approach called …

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Heroku Express App Vs Netlify Serverless App – Free Node.js Hosting

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  1. Sorry 🙂 I'm new to JS, help i am stuck, which files within the folder* (using example "03-client-routing…") do I stick on github & then heroku?
    1. so a build > npm run dev
    2. index.js loads on localhost:3000
    3. on git cmd > git add . or index.js *
    4. on git cmd> git commit -m " "
    5….

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  3. Hi Brad, thanks for the lecture. I know you have briefly touched DevOps and Linux, please could you explain where does CMS fit in? This seems to be essential to build a fully functional website from scratch.

    Also, I would really appreciate it if you name the track played during the outro in this video, I have noticed you have used this track in other videos.

    Keep doing the good work. Thanks.

  4. Cool video, totally relevant for me right now. I am running an Express App on Heroku, and was on the lookout for similar services.
    It would be super cool if you did a more in-depth one on Netlify, maybe even with an example on how to migrate an Express App with all your endpoints.

    I also wonder how Netlify functions would work with something like Mongoose / MongoDB? In my Express App I have a single mongoose connection shared by multiple endpoints to read from my DB. How would that work with Netlify / or how would you handle DB access?

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