Video: Using River4 Console App by @davewiner with Heroku-based River4 installation http://andysylvester.com/b/8u

Video: Using Fargo by @davewiner to create OPML subscription lists for River4 feed reader http://andysylvester.com/b/8q

Video: How to keep a Heroku app running (like the River4 feed reader by @davewiner). http://andysylvester.com/b/8i

New screencast for the River4 feed reader: Lesson 4 – River4 Amazon S3 Heroku Setup http://andysylvester.com/b/8_

Rocking with River4: Lesson 4 – River4/Amazon S3/Heroku Setup

The next installment in my series of videos on the River4 feed reader by Dave Winer shows how to see your River4 rivers online. This video covers several topics:

  • Setting up an account on the Amazon S3 storage service
  • DNS setup for domain name
  • Github account setup
  • River4 setup
  • Heroku setup and deploy of the River4 app

Links referred to in the video are listed at the end of this post, after the video.

Amazon Web Services: http://aws.amazon.com

Creating a S3 bucket:

http://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/gsg/CreatingABucket.html

Bucket policies:

https://docs.aws.amazon.com/AmazonS3/latest/dev/example-bucket-policies.html

Subscription lists:

http://river4.smallpict.com/2014/09/20/exampleSubscriptionLists.html

Example river website: http://rivertest.andysylvester.com/

 

 

New screencast for the River4 feed reader: Lesson 3 – Exploring the River4 Console App http://andysylvester.com/b/8T