This sample Node.js app monitors monitors tweets and synchronizes them back to Salesforce with Heroku Connect.
Create a Twitter application. You can use any URL for your website, and leave the Callback URL blank, but your app will need read/write permissions and an access token.
Create a Salesforce Developer Edition, or use an existing one
Deploy the demo code to Heroku. You'll be prompted for your Twitter app's keys and secrets. Make a note of the app's name - you'll need it for a later step.
Once you've deployed, Click 'View it' at the bottom of the page to configure Heroku Connect.
Turn on the worker dyno in your new Heroku app. You can turn off the web dyno, since it's only used for configuration.
heroku scale web=0 worker=1 --app your-app-name
Tweet the hashtag, and, within a few seconds, you should see the tweet appear in Salesforce!
You can access the source code for your app with
heroku git:clone -a your-app-name
If you encounter any problems, please file an issue.