Sunday, October 14, 2012
I know I said I wasn't going to use Heroku in my last post, and instead use a combination of nodjitsu and dynamodb. Well, now I've decided to use heroku for everything. It's just a more mature product than nodejitsu right now and there's much better documentation. It's also really easy to get up and running. Need a database? Just click the "add on" button and you're set. Also, free is nice. I was able to get a single dynamo (like a micro instance) up and running with a 500 mb Mongodb add on from MongoLab all for zero monies. Not a bad deal.
Posted by Jonah Wallerstein