Swiftwind for Heroku Deployment
For more details see the Swiftwind project.
# Should be setup automatically for you: SECRET_KEY='<a random value>' DATABASE_URL='postgres://user:pasword@host/dbname' # If you are using HTTPS you may wish to set the following yourself: HTTPS=1 # Will ensure site is served over HTTPS only HSTS_SECONDS=100000 # Will enable HSTS, and set the seconds timeout HSTS_INCLUDE_SUBDOMAINS=1 # Apply HSTS to subdomains
Required Heroku Addons
The free plan for each of the following addons will be setup:
This project is also designed to support deployment to dokku. To do so you will need:
You can deploy as follows:
# Get the repo git clone https://github.com/adamcharnock/swiftwind-heroku.git cd swiftwind-heroku # Create the app and set the config dokku apps:create swiftwind dokku config:set SECRET_KEY=random-string dokku postgres:create swiftwind dokku postgres:link swiftwind swiftwind dokku redis:create swiftwind dokku redis:link swiftwind swiftwind git push dokku dokku run ./manage.py migrate # Create a user you will use to login as dokku run ./manage.py createsuperuser # Set currency as you wish (GBP, EUR, USD etc) dokku run ./manage.py swiftwind_create_accounts --currency USD
Django does not display very helpful errors when deploying into production, and for good reason. However, you can enable debugging output to help fix any server errors you may see when accessing sentry in your browser:
heroku config:set DEBUG=1 heroku config:unset DEBUG
You can also view the server logs:
heroku logs -t
Note you can replace heroku with dokku in any of the above commands.
Developed by Adam Charnock. I’m a freelance developer, so do get in touch if you have a project.
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