Making a commit with the current uncommitted files

Now that we have this in place, you are ready to make a commit with all of the current uncommitted files. You'll then go into GitHub and create a GitHub repository, where you'll push your local code up. Make sure the code actually gets on GitHub; you can do that by refreshing the GitHub repo page. You should see your directory structure right there on the repo.

The next thing you need to do is create a Heroku application and deploy to it. Once your application is deployed, you should be able to visit the app URL on the browser. You should see the exact same message as the one we have in our localhost:3000. The Welcome to the chat app message should print, but instead of being on localhost:3000 ...

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