There’s even a guide for installing on windows if you need some help.
Step 1: Create Your AppHarbor Project
Once you’ve got your application created, copy the Repository URL so you can push your source up to your new site.
I’ve created a super easy HTML5 Boilerplate MVC 3 template project that can deploy to AppHarbor with no modifications. You can get it from the Visual Studio Extension gallery, or through the new project dialog by clicking the Online Templates tab item on the left and searching for “HTML5″.
Step 3: Push it to AppHarbor with Git
Once you’ve got your project all set up and ready to deploy, navigate to your project’s location, right click on the root directory and select “Git Bash Here”.
Once you have your files committed locally, you are ready to push up to the AppHarbor Git Repository Url.
Here are examples of the commands to do that:
Congratulations, you’ve just deployed your first HTML5 website.
Now all you have to do is navigate to your app’s url; i.e http://best-site-evar.apphb.com.
Next step, add a database and add the code first entity framework NuGet package for fast database scaffolding. Hopefully I’ll get a tutorial up for that soon.
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