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Step-by-step guide on how to install the Heroku CLI:

NOTE: It could not be any easier.

Check for prerequisites:

Before you can install the Heroku CLI, you need to ensure that you have Git installed. If you haven’t installed Git yet, you can download it from here. Additionally, verify that you have the following software on your machine:

macOS: You should have the Homebrew package manager installed.

Windows: You should have the Chocolatey package manager installed.

Linux/Ubuntu: You don’t need a specific package manager, but you should have access to a terminal.



Open the terminal and run the following command:

brew install heroku/brew/heroku


Open the PowerShell as an administrator and run the following command:

 choco install heroku-cli


Open the terminal and run the following script:

 curl | sh

Login to Heroku:

Verifying your installation:

After you’ve installed the Heroku CLI, you need to log in to your Heroku account. You can do this by running the following command:

heroku login

This will open a new browser window where you’ll be prompted to enter your Heroku credentials. After you’ve successfully logged in, you can close the browser window and return to the terminal or PowerShell.

You’ve now installed the Heroku CLI and are ready to start using Heroku from your terminal! If you encounter any issues during the installation, you should refer to the official Heroku CLI documentation.

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