Join Joseph Lowery for an in-depth discussion in this video Uploading a Python app, part of Google App Engine Essential Training.
- After you've got your Python app working locally,…you'll want to deploy it to the Google Cloud.…If you've got the SDK installed,…as we did at the start of this chapter,…process is pretty effortless.…You will however need to take care of one chore first.…And that's setting up a project specifically for your app.…You'll also need to ensure that your code…has all the necessary statements.…This lesson will cover all those bases.…So for this demo, we'll deploy the app…that we developed in the previous lesson.…
If you haven't reviewed that one yet,…you may want to do so before proceeding.…So as I mentioned, you'll need to create…a project for your app before deploying.…To start this process, I'm going to head over to my console.…I've already logged in,…so it should bring up all my project pages.…I don't have one for the app I'm about to deploy…so I'll go ahead and create a new one.…And that's good because I want to show you…a way of working here.…So this is my Test Python 04 app.…And previously what we've done…is just accept what Google generates…
- Understanding the Google App Engine
- Using the Google Cloud Console
- Setting App Engine services
- Coding your app
- Working with images, style sheets, and other static files
- Incorporating HTML templates
- Uploading and deploying your app
- Implementing Google Cloud Storage
- Setting up a custom domain
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Google App Engine
2. Exploring App Engine
Trying out App Engine9m 34s
3. Developing with PHP and App Engine
4. Working with Python and App Engine
5. Implementing App Engine Storage
6. Managing Your Project
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