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README.md

Stockify allows you to stay updated with the stock market by querying all the stocks you are following.

Stockify: Setup Guide

Built from a scaffolded Django app, which can easily be deployed to Heroku, and configured with Twilio Programmable SMS.

Get Twilio Programmable SMS

If you haven't already, head on over to Twilio to get your Twilio phone number, you will need it to setup the project.

Additionally, you will need Account SID and Auth Token from your Twilio Console.

Once you have all three of them, run:

cp config.py.template config.py

and put the update info in config.py.

Heroku Configuration

Create an account on Heroku and create your app.

Install the Heroku CLI

Link remote heroku app to your local project

heroku git:remote -a NAME_OF_YOUR_HEROKU_APP

Running Locally

Clone the repo, make sure you have Python, Heroku CLI, Postgres and ngork installed.

$ cd stockify

$ pip install pipenv
$ pipenv install
$ pipenv shell

$ python manage.py migrate
$ python manage.py collectstatic

$ heroku local

Your app should now be running on localhost:5000.

To run the app with Twilio Programmable SMS, you will need a public url, which could be obtained by running ngork forwarding local port.

Configure your Twilio Function

There are several ways to achieve this, you will essentially need a way to trigger the REST API hosted on Heroku.

One easy way to achieve so is using the "drag and drop" Twilio Studio. Create your flow and use a split statement for Incoming Message and configure transition to HTTP Request.

Available endpoints

Available endpoint for the Twilio Studio function includes:

    https://YOUR_HEROKU_URL/getall
        Request Body {{trigger.message.From}}

    https://YOUR_HEROKU_URL/unsubscribe
        Request Body {{trigger.message.From}}

    https://YOUR_HEROKU_URL/get
        Request Body {{trigger.message.From}} {{trigger.message.Body}}

    https://YOUR_HEROKU_URL/add
        Request Body {{trigger.message.From}} {{trigger.message.Body}}

    https://YOUR_HEROKU_URL/remove
        Request Body {{trigger.message.From}} {{trigger.message.Body}}

Once the Twilio Flow is deployed, add that flow to the incoming SMS of the Twilio that you purchased.

Deploying to Heroku

If you are using Heroku for deployment, head over to settings page of your project, add URL_BASE ACCOUNT_SID AUTH_TOKEN TWLO_CELL and their corresponding value into the form.

$ git push heroku master

$ heroku run python manage.py migrate

Bonus Step: Setting up daily market open/close update

If you want to get scheduled reminder of your stock price, we've got you covered.

heroku addons:create scheduler:standard

Edit the trigger.py in the repo with your own url and deploy to heroku.

Head over to Heroku console and select Add new job. Enter:

python trigger.py

to the command input and schedule your triggering time.

Wala! Now you can get scheduled stock market update automatically.

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