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Requirements

  • Django >= 1.8
  • Postgres >= 9.2
  • Python 2.7, or >=3.4

Installation

You can deploy directly to heroku using the swiftwind-heroku repository:

https://www.herokucdn.com/deploy/button.svg

You can also deploy Swiftwind within you own Django project. Good examples of this are the example_project within this directory, and the separate swiftwind-heroku project.

Usage

Once installed you will need to run the following manage.py commands:

./manage.py migrate
./manage.py createsuperuser
./manage.py swiftwind_create_accounts

Credits

Developed by Adam Charnock. I’m a freelance developer, so do get in touch if you have a project.

swiftwind is packaged using seed.

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