Tag: gunicorn

static HTML + Flask + Gunicorn works locally; breaks when pushed to heroku

I just made a little flask app, and it works locally, but when I try to push it to heroku something breaks when serving the static HTML (self-diagnosed, when I make flask return just text and not a static html file everything works as expected.) I tried following this guide.. https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/getting-started-with-python here is an LS […]

Continuous integration with python 2.7 / flask / mongoDB / git

How should I implement continuous integration on my new application? Currently, this is how we’re pushing to production – please bear with me, I know this is far from sane: From local, git push origin production (the production codebase is kept on the production branch, modifications are either written directly there and committed, or files […]

Seamless deployment of Django to single server

I have a new website built on Django and Python 2.6 which I’ve deployed to the cloud (buzzword compliant AND the Amazon micro EC2 instance is free!). Here are my detailed notes: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qcZ_SqxNcFlGKNyp-CXqcFxXXsKs26Avv3mytXGCedA/edit?hl=en_US As this is a new site (and wanting to play with the latest and greatest) I used Nginx and Gunicorn on top […]

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