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README.md

Django Blog

This is an example of a web application written using the Django web framework. It can easily be run again on different machines or in the cloud.

Implementation

The blog is an implementation of the Django Girls Tutorial, and the code can be found here. The website simply displays a list of blog posts and allows the admin to edit them or post new messages. Although simple, this website is a realistic small web application with dynamic content stored in a SQLite3 database.

ReproZip Package

The ReproZip package is available here (19 MB). The administrative interface is setup at /admin/ with username admin and password adminadmin.

How to Reproduce

The server can be started as follows:

$ reprounzip docker setup djangogirls_blog.rpz blog/
$ reprounzip docker run blog/ --docker-option=-p --docker-option=8000:8000

Note that you need to pass -p 8000:8000 to Docker for it to expose the port from the container. You can then access the website at http://IP:8000/, where IP is your docker-machine's IP address (which can be retrieved by running docker-machine ip). The administrative interface is setup at http://IP:8000/admin/ with username admin and password adminadmin.

How to Run in the Cloud

Running the website in a cloud server is just a matter of provisioning and using a cloud instance. For example, using docker-machine to run on AWS, you can use the following:

$ docker-machine create --driver amazonec2 --amazonec2-access-key AWS_ID --amazonec2-secret-key AWS_KEY aws01
$ eval $(docker-machine env aws01)
$ reprounzip docker setup djangogirls_blog.rpz blog-aws/
$ reprounzip docker run -d blog-aws/ --docker-option=-p --docker-option=80:8000
$ docker ps

where AWS_ID is the AWS Access Key ID and AWS_KEY is the AWS Secret Access Key.