Deploying Web-Based Applications: A Step-by-Step Guide

Easily Deploy Any Repository on the Web | Koyeb & Render Integration Guide
Easily Deploy Any Repository on the Web | Koyeb & Render Integration Guide

Introduction:
In today’s video, we will explore the process of making your application deployable on web-based platforms. Whether it’s a source code, a course, or a Telegram bot, we will show you how to convert it into a web-based application and deploy it with ease. By following the steps outlined below, you’ll ensure a healthy deployment and maximize the potential of your application.

IMPORTANT LINKS :-
○ Web Application Repo – https://github.com/Greymattersbot/web-application

Step 1: Adding Dependencies to Your Source Code
To begin, open the description box of our video and find the two links provided. The first link will lead you to a blog post, and the second link is the web application repository. Open the blog post and locate the dependencies mentioned. These dependencies are essential for creating a web-based application. If your source code already contains dependencies, replace them with the recommended versions: Flash 2.2, Unicorn 20.1, and Python 3.8.

Step 2: Creating the app.py File
Next, create a file named app.py in your source code repository. Copy the text provided in the blog post and paste it into the app.py file. This text contains the necessary commands to run your application successfully.

Step 3: Configuring the run.cmd File
Create a file called run.cmd.ext and add the following command: “gunicorn app:app”. This command tells the deployment platform to run the app.py file using Gunicorn. If you already have a run command in your deployment settings, replace it with this new command.


Step 4: Applying Changes and Deployment
Save the changes you made to your source code repository. Go to the deployment settings and update the run command to use Gunicorn instead of the previous command. Once you’ve made all the changes, apply them and initiate the deployment process. Your application will be deployed on the web-based platform, and you can monitor its progress.

Conclusion:
By following these steps, you can transform your source code, course, or Telegram bot into a web-based application. Deploying on web-based platforms ensures healthy deployment and longevity for your application. Remember to update the dependencies, create the app.py and run.cmd files, and apply the changes to enjoy a successful deployment. With these techniques, you can easily make your application accessible to a broader audience on the web.

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