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tools(heroku.sh): Update heroku.sh

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@ -76,17 +76,19 @@ sudo rm /etc/apt/sources.list.d/heroku.list
cd myapp # Changing into the project directory
git init # Initializing the project into a git repository
git init # Initializing the project into a git repository
git add -f example.json # Adding a perticular content of the project into the repository this will include the content from .gitignore
git add . # Adding all the contents of the project into the repository excluding .gitignore content
git commit -m "My first commit" # Commiting the content to the repository
heroku create # Creating a new empty application on Heroku
heroku create appname # Creating a new application on Heroku here ( appname ) represent the name u give to your app
git remote -v # verifying that the remote is set to the heroku
heroku git:remote -a thawing-inlet-61413 # For an existing heroku app, you can add remote to the application
git remote rename heroku heroku-staging # renaming remotes
git push heroku master # Deploying code to the heroku application
git push heroku master --force # Force Pushing to heroku ( required if the remote contain works that u do not have locally )
git push heroku testbranch:master # Deploying code from a non-master branch to the heroku application
heroku create --ssh-git # ssh git transport for the application instead of https
@ -105,7 +107,7 @@ heroku stack:set container
heroku container:login # Login to the container resistry
git clone https://github.com/heroku/alpinehelloworld.git # Get sample code by cloning into the following repository
heroku create # Creating a blank heroku application
heroku create appname # Creating a heroku application here ( appname ) represent the name u give to your app
heroku container:push web # Build the image and push to Container Registry
heroku container:push --recursive # Pushing from the root directory of the project in recursive manner