Fabio Kung

Update: Heroku now does support Java.

Herokudoes not officially support Java applications yet (yes, it does). However, the most recently launched stack comes with support for Clojure. Well, if Heroku does run Clojure code, it is certainly running a JVM. Then why can we not deploy regular Java code on top of it?

I was playing with it today and found a way to do that. I admit, so far it is just a hack, but it is working fine. The best (?) part is that it should allow any maven-based Java Web Application to be deployed fairly easy. So, if your project can be built with maven, i.e. mvn package generates a WAR package for you, then you are ready to run on the fantastic Heroku Platform as a Service.

Wait. There is more. In these polyglot times, we all know that being able to run Java…

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