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How to auto-deploy a Flask Python app with Heroku

Let’s see how to setup a Gitlab CI/CD process for a Flask app!

Recently, I had to prepare a little presentation on CI/CD, automation, and all those DevOps core concepts that help you set up a sain and robust workflow for a project. So I decided I’d create some sample project to showcase a few features of the CI/CD, like auto-deploy or…

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Mina Pêcheux

Mina Pêcheux

I’m a freelance full-stack web & game developer. I’m passionate about topics like CGI, music, data science and more! Find me at: https://minapecheux.com :)

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