In a previous post I deployed a Flask app with Docker. This time around I wanted to see if it was any different to host a Django app. It turns out that it wasn’t that much different.
I think that using
make in Python development is a fantastic idea. Reproducing someone’s work is difficult, and using Makefiles minimizes that guesswork. I created a simple Makefile for a Docker project from a previous post
I wanted to understand how to host a simple Flask app inside a Docker container, so I went through the following exercise. In the future, I would use something more like the tiangolo/uwsgi-nginx-flask docker image.