GitHub Pages is a quick and easy way to create a simple, static website, and it is especially useful for hosting documentation, project pages, and other types of websites that do not require a dynamic back-end. You can also use GitHub Pages to host websites that are generated by static site generators, such as Jekyll, and you can customize the look and feel of your website by creating a custom theme.
Heroku is a cloud platform as a service (PaaS) that enables developers to build, run, and scale applications in a variety of languages. With Heroku, you can deploy your application by pushing your code to a Git repository, and the platform will automatically build and run your application.
Heroku provides a number of services and features that are designed to help you build and manage your applications, including support for a variety of programming languages, a cloud-based application server, a managed database service, and a number of other tools and services. You can use Heroku to deploy a wide range of applications, including web applications, mobile applications, and APIs.
|Automated builds from Git
|Instant rollbacks to any version
|Site previews for every push
|Compatible with all Static Site Generators
Works best with Jekyll
|Rewrites & Redirects
|Build Time Per Deployment
|Build Memory Limit (in MiB)
|Max team members before switch to custom pricing
|Git contributors have to be Team Members
|Serverless Functions (API)
Heroku Elements: Add-ons, Buttons, Buildpacks
Heroku Postgres, Heroku Redis, Apache Kafka on Heroku
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