#100DaysOfWeb in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Day 52: Anvil - Full Stack Web Apps
Lecture: Publishing our Anvil app on the Internet
0:00 Well, our app is basically working. Let's publish it. Let's make it so you can get to it. 'Cause right now, when you click run,
0:07 there's no URL I can go to. Now, I probably won't publish this and leave it live for you. Maybe I will, we'll see.
0:15 You can check the URL when I get there, but notice right now there's publish this app while it's running, and we can either copy this private link,
0:23 or I could share it via public link. If I do this let's call this. That seems decent, right? How about that? You could use your own custom domain,
0:33 but I'm not going to do that. I'm going to just hit OK. Now, if we close this, and we go open something else,
0:39 actually let's just open this in a private window. Go to Anvil app.net. What do we get? We get our app, up and running, on the Internet!
0:58 It is now hosted as a web server, as a back end, all of the stuff, super cool. So we go over all docs, pull this up,
1:06 we can search, everything is working. It's really fun, right? Obviously so are those. We can even add a final document.
1:13 And where are we going to put this? Let's put it under press releases. The amazing app is now alive.
1:20 Pair document, boom, takes us home right there at the top, a final document. The most recent one. And we click on it, there's the details.
1:31 It was a little more than half-an-hour, but not terribly long. I mean we've built a non-trivial application, and published it to the Internet
1:40 in a pretty short amount of time. So, hopefully this application platform is inspiring to you. I don't know if it makes sense for all of your apps,
1:49 but for certain types of apps it's really, really a cool one. That's Anvil and full stack web apps made easy.