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Pairing Django and Titanium in a desktop app
Over the past four months I have been doing a lot of work in Python and Django. Naturally, while recently playing around with Appcelerator Titanium Desktop (which seems to have good Python support), I wanted to see how Django and Titanium would pair.
Deploying Django on Heroku (Mac OS X)
Heroku is a very popular Cloud PaaP (Platform as a Service) platform which allows you to deploy various applications. Heroku doesn’t charge anything to signup and has a free service upto 5 MB usage of database, that’s enough to try it out.Heroku is majorly to Deploy Ruby, Node.js, Clojure, and Java apps. But, you can also run any type of app (like Django).
In this post I’ll explain how to deploy Django project on Heroku.I assume that you already signed-up with Heroku and configured your SSH keys with Heroku servers. If you haven’t done it already, follow these instructions – http://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/quickstart