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18 October 2019 Updated 18 October 2019 by Peter
I run a server with ISPConfig with some 50 sites. The sites are static or PHP. I am developing Python Flask applications now and also want to run them on the ISPConfig server. You can create virtual environments on the ISPConfig server and run your application from here. But some time ago I have chosen to use Docker for development, staging and production. It takes time to set this up ...
28 June 2019 Updated 31 August 2019 by Peter
In the endless number of problems you encounter, and solve, when starting to use new technology I was facing a new one: how to send email from my Python Docker app using the ISPConfig host MTA (Mail transfer Agent). I found there are two ways to do this: Send mail from our container to port 25 of the host where the MTA is listening on Write the mail file to a directory on the host and use a script ...
13 February 2019 Updated 31 August 2019 by Peter
This is a post showing how to run a Flask app on ISPConfig3. Why? I have a VPS on the internet running Debian and ISPConfig3. It is running static sites and PHP sites. But now I also want to run my Flask python apps here. This way I can use the domain management I am used to and do not need an extra server for Python apps. This solution uses Docker to run the Flask app, printing 'Hello world', and ...
- Two Flask apps, frontend and admin, on one domain using DispatcherMiddleware
- Adding url_for() links to Jinja templates of a Flask multilanguage website
- Docker containers suddenly using 192.168.0.0/16 instead of 172.17.0.0/16: services lost
- Developing Ubuntu Touch apps with Python using pyOtherSide
- ISPConfig: running a Python Flask Docker container as a jailed Shell User
- Refining multilanguage: adding language fallback as an option