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Consistent Documentations for Deployment #289

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renatodex opened this Issue Mar 20, 2018 · 9 comments

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renatodex commented Mar 20, 2018

Hi,

I believe a consistent documentation for deploys would allow a greater understanding of use current and future use cases.
Im interested in contribute to a consistent User Guide to deploy Prest on Heroku/Amazon/etc.

The deploy guide should be the more generic as possible and maybe a few changes would be required for feasible deploy templates of well known popular Hosting providers like Heroku, Amazon, Umbler, etc.
Also consistent documentation on that matters would instigate more people to use Prest on alternative environments.

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avelino commented Mar 21, 2018

ref #288

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romuloads commented May 14, 2018

Prest work on Google App Engine?

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felipeweb commented May 14, 2018

felipeweb added a commit to felipeweb/blog-posts that referenced this issue May 14, 2018

update to new API
 to help a user's question in prest/prest#289 I am updating to the new pREST API
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felipeweb commented May 14, 2018

@romuloads I update the example code to the last pREST API. Let me know if you need any help

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avelino commented May 14, 2018

@felipeweb It would be interesting to have a page in the documentation explaining how to do, so would be an official information of pREST.

We can use this issue to do (link in PR)

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romuloads commented Jun 15, 2018

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Good afternoon. I struggled with https://github.com/felipeweb/blog-posts/tree/master/pREST-GAE. I discovered a new way to make prest work on App Engine with the original project repository and the vendor folder.
The following link: https://youtu.be/rHcgP0PCkX8

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felipeweb commented Jun 15, 2018

@romuloads very nice your way is better than my way because we don't need to use pREST as a package but we need to discuss how we will make with Dockerfile.

My idea is to create Dockerfile.appengine

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romuloads commented Jun 15, 2018

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Thank you very much. I have to see if the "gcloud app deploy" command allows me to pass the makefile name or it looks for the default name.

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romuloads commented Jun 25, 2018

Good evening.
I was thinking of creating a folder called "deploys" and inside it an "app engine" and put the dockerfile and app.yaml inside. With this folder deploys we could according to which is creating other deploys go putting it and do not pollute the main folder.

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