A few notes about docs after spending some time attempting a migration from Heroku to Fly.io for a jvm/clojure app:
- The docs for using a builder (App Configuration (fly.toml)) still link to this blog post with incorrect instructions due to deprecated --builder option:
Simpler Fly deployments for NodeJS, Rails, Go, and Java · Fly
- Consider adding a link/note on the Turboku page (Heroku · Launch on Fly.io), to your blog post which explains that this web-based process is now somewhat superceded by a CLI alternative (Turbocharge your Heroku Apps with New Turboku · Fly). I went through the web-based flow unaware, and only a few hours later discovered that the CLI process was different in important ways (eg. creates the fly.toml where I can see and control it).
Also a bit of feedback on the dashboard.
- clicking on the upper “Dashboard” link forgets which organization I’m in and always sends me back to Personal.
- clicking on the organization in the breadcrumb sends me to an organization settings page. (I would expect it to bring me to the organization “dashboard” where I see the list of apps.)