Sends email alerts for movie tickets as soon as they become available.
The project uses Mailgun for sending emails. You'll need a Mailgun API key.
You also need a Google OAuth2 app to use the Google Sign-in. Read how to get it setup from django-allauth documentation.
.env, fill in the necessary environment variables.
Running with Docker
The docker container runs using gunicorn by default and uses a Nginx server as a reverse-proxy to serve static files.
If you wish to run with default Django developement server, make the necessary changes in the Dockerfile
For development, there's a separate compose file you can run with:
docker-compose -f docker-compose.dev.yml up
NOTE: Change the
docker-compose.yml (Redis command and POSTGRES_PASSWORD) to something more secure and set the same in the
.env file for
REDISTOGO_URL to what you wrote in
docker-compose.yml for Redis command
Start the container in detached mode (recommended) using:
docker-compose up -d
Create admin account:
docker exec -it diomedes_web python3 manage.py createsuperuser
Finally, populate the
Region model by running:
docker exec -it diomedes_web python3 manage.py shell
>>> from moviealert.utils import * >>> save_region_data() >>> save_subregion_data() >>> save_theater_data()
The last function will take some time, and may timeout sometimes, run it multiple times to make sure you have all the theater data.
To stop and remove all containers:
docker-compose down --remove-orphans
NOTE: Change the Google Analytics tracking code in base.html with your own if you are hosting the project publically somewhere else so that your traffic doesn't get logged with mine.
Inspired by django_moviealert