Check out The Lounge, which is an actively maintained fork of Shout.



This document will explain how to install Shout on Heroku. If you want to learn about Heroku you should read their documentation.

Okay, let’s get down to business:

Step 1:

Begin by logging in with the Heroku toolbelt:

$ heroku login

Step 2:

Clone and run the npm install:

$ git clone
$ cd shout
$ npm install

Step 3:

While standing in the shout/ directory, run:

heroku create

Step 4: (optional)

This step is only useful if you want to run Shout with users accounts.

Create a Procfile and edit the content to look like this:

web: node index --private --home /app

You can read more about Procfiles here.

To create users, stand in the shout/ directory and call this:

$ ./index.js --home . add <username>

Step 5:

Time to publish to Heroku!

If you’ve made any changes to the repository (like adding users or the Profile), don’t forget to save the changes with git:

$ git add .
$ git commit -m "Added Heroku files"

And with that done, lets go ahead and push to Heroku:

$ git push heroku