Deploy Django to Linode Using a Managed MySQL Database
Our latest learning series with @CodingEntrepreneurs Justin Mitchel shows you how to deploy a Django app to Linode Using a Managed MySQL Database. In this video, we’ll cover the basics of the series. Check out the full free series here.
1:44 Create a New Repo
2:56 Create a New File
8:50 Run Your First Workflow
10:15 Create requirements.txt
11:00 Re-Run the Workflow
11:38 Fix Our Error
11:57 Re-Run the Workflow
13:33 Create a Django Project
14:12 Clone the Project
15:00 Ensure Python is Installed
15:36 Create a Virtual Environment
17:14 Start the Django Project
18:03 Run the Workflow Again
18:41 Build In Proper Testing
19:25 Update the Workflow
20:33 Edit the Test to Add Failure Notification
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