heroku_app

Provides a Heroku App resource. This can be used to create and manage applications on Heroku.

Example Usage

# Create a new heroku app
resource "heroku_app" "default" {
    name = "my-cool-app"

    config_vars {
        FOOBAR = "baz"
    }
}

Argument Reference

The following arguments are supported:

  • name - (Required) The name of the application. In Heroku, this is also the unique ID, so it must be unique and have a minimum of 3 characters.
  • region - (Required) The region that the app should be deployed in.
  • stack - (Optional) The application stack is what platform to run the application in.
  • config_vars - (Optional) Configuration variables for the application. The config variables in this map are not the final set of configuration variables, but rather variables you want present. That is, other configuration variables set externally won't be removed by Terraform if they aren't present in this list.

Attributes Reference

The following attributes are exported:

  • id - The ID of the app. This is also the name of the application.
  • name - The name of the application. In Heroku, this is also the unique ID.
  • stack - The application stack is what platform to run the application in.
  • region - The region that the app should be deployed in.
  • git_url - The Git URL for the application. This is used for deploying new versions of the app.
  • web_url - The web (HTTP) URL that the application can be accessed at by default.
  • heroku_hostname - A hostname for the Heroku application, suitable for pointing DNS records.
  • all_config_vars - A map of all of the configuration variables that exist for the app, containing both those set by Terraform and those set externally.