goal "Let's fire up the application locally"
message "On Linux, you may have to enable this line in your Gemfile:"
pre "gem 'therubyracer', :platforms => :ruby"
message "Just delete the '#' in front of the statement, then save the file. All that is left is to do a bundle install"
console "bundle install"
console "rails server"
text "Point your web browser to "
p "See your web app actually running!"
message "When at the terminal with your running rails server, type **Control-C** to stop rails server. You can do this now."
^C[2022-03-31 08:33:11] INFO going to shutdown ...
[2022-03-31 08:33:11] INFO WEBrick::HTTPServer#start done.
message "`rails server` ran your application locally just like Heroku will be running it on their servers. A web server is the hardware (or software) that delivers content to you."
message "This provides a very simple means to see your changes before you commit and push them to Heroku."
message "Control-C is a way of closing or cancelling terminal programs. Since rails server runs forever, you need to interrupt it with Control-C."
If you find something that could be improved, please make a pull request or drop us a note via GitHub Issues (no technical knowledge required).