#100DaysOfWeb in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Days 65-68: Heroku and Python Platform-as-a-Service
Lecture: Your 4 day overview
0:00 Now, for the overview of the next four days
0:02 these are going to be pretty easy
0:04 compared to some of the other days you've done
0:06 so enjoy the break.
0:08 You probably deserve it.
0:10 With Heroku, all we're going to do is
0:13 for the first two days
0:14 we're just going to look at how to set up
0:16 your Heroku Git environment locally
0:19 and how you will work with the remote
0:21 Git repository on Heroku.
0:24 Once you've done that, you can then set up
0:26 your very first Flask app in your Heroku dyno
0:29 and get that running.
0:31 That's pretty much days one and two.
0:33 Feel free to take it however way you wish.
0:35 Watch the videos day one, get the environment set up
0:38 and then play with some code on the second day.
0:42 You might even consider installing your own applications
0:45 in there, stuff you've done so far in the course
0:47 rather than just the quick demo that we have here.
0:50 Days three and four, just complete the rest of the videos.
0:54 Feel free to watch them all on day three
0:56 and then on day four, go through the actual add-ons yourself
1:01 and see how you can customize them for your own apps.
1:04 Essentially we're just looking at Heroku Scheduler
1:06 and the SendGrid add-on.
1:09 Once you have those installed, feel free to play
1:12 follow along with the videos
1:14 but then try and customize those.
1:16 Incorporate them into your existing Flask apps
1:19 so you have to be creative.
1:20 They are pretty fun, the automation.
1:22 So definitely see what you can tack into your existing apps.
1:26 And that's pretty much Heroku deployment
1:28 for these four days.
1:29 Just watch the videos, deploy an app
1:31 and play with some add-ons.