How To Push Django Python Apps To Heroku for Web Hosting
What you'll learn
- Install Python
- Install Django
- Install Virtualenv
- Install Git Bash
- Install the Heroku Toolbelt
- Install Heroku Dependencies
- Push Django Code to Heroku
- Create Basic Database Apps in Django
- No programming skills or special tools are necessary to take this course but intro knowledge of Django and Python would be helpful
- You just need a computer with Internet access and a Web Browser
Do you know how to build Django apps with Python, but aren't sure how to get your app up onto the Internet? This course if for you!
In this course I'll teach you how to host your Django Python app on Heroku.
We'll build a cool address book app in Django 2 and Python 3. The main reason for this course, though, is to teach you how to get your Django apps off your computer and hosted live online.
So many instructors teach Django courses that don't show you how to make your app 'live' online. Why? Because it can be tricky! That's why I built a course that focuses just on that!
We'll learn how to:
Install and use Virtualenv
Install git Bash for Windows
Install the Heroku Toolbelt
Tweak a Django app's Setting to work with Heroku
Push our Code to Github and Heroku
Set up Postgres databases in the cloud
Build a cool little address book app
And much more...
I'll be walking you through this course on a Windows computer, but if you're on a Mac or Linux, you should be fine too. I try to point out any differences along the way.
If you've ever been confused by pushing code to a professional web hosting provider in Django, then this is the course for you.
See you on the inside!
CEO Codemy. com
Who this course is for:
- This course is aimed towards students who want to learn to push their Django projects to Heroku for Hosting
- Anyone who wants to learn to push Django web apps to production hosting in the cloud
John Elder is a pioneer in Web Development who created one of the first Internet advertising networks back in 1997. He sold it to a publicly traded company at the height of the dot com boom and then went on to create the best-selling Submission-Spider search engine submission software that's been used by over 3 million individuals and small businesses in over 45 countries.
Today he teaches Web Development courses at Codemy the online code school he founded.
John graduated with honors with a degree in Economics from Washington University in St. Louis where he was an ArtSci Scholar.