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A management command that auto-configures a Django project for deployment.

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Initial Django deployments made easy.


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This app gives you a management command that configures your project for an initial deployment. It targets,, and Heroku at the moment, and can be expanded to target other platforms as well.

If you have a relatively simple Django project that runs locally, you can deploy your project in a few short steps. The only change you'll need to make to your project is to add this app to INSTALLED_APPS.

Simplest example of how to use django-simple-deploy

The above command will deploy your project to Heroku. To deploy to another platform such as, just change the --platform argument:

python simple_deploy --platform platform_sh

All output is captured and written to a log file stored in simple_deploy_logs/, which is placed at the project's root directory.

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