Overhauling the registration page

Posted on Fri 24 July 2020 in conveyor • Tagged with developer journal, conveyor

In this iteration a few small changes are going to be made. Here is the current state of the Conveyor registration page:

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Here it is after the following changes:

  • The width of the form imports are too long
  • Add a referral code input
  • Make the submit button smaller
  • Right align …

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Paving the way for Python 3.8

Posted on Wed 08 July 2020 in conveyor • Tagged with flask, conveyor, migrations

Currently Conveyor will install Python 3.6 when you create a server as 3.6 is the version that is used with Ubuntu 18. However, it would be great to have the ability to install more recent versions of Python and be able to use different versions depending on the …


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Adding a test for the new site button

Posted on Tue 07 July 2020 in conveyor • Tagged with flask, conveyor, testing

When refactoring the new flow for creating a site the + New Site button was removed so there was only one option to add a site. If you already have a site with Conveyor we need to make sure the add site button is available.

To start I have written two …


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Improving site create flow on Conveyor.dev

Posted on Fri 05 June 2020 in conveyor • Tagged with conveyor, developer journal

Creating the first site on Conveyor.dev can use some improvement. Currently the user will need to create the site, create the server, then wait for the server to finish provisioning before heading to the "Sites" page where they can then see that the site has not been added to …


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The pythonic way to deploy applications

Posted on Wed 06 May 2020 in conveyor • Tagged with conveyor, deployments, linux, python, flask, django

Pythonic - an idiom used for the python programming language that encourages code readability while striving for an optimal solution to a problem.

This idiom drove a lot of decisions when building conveyor.dev

To try to make a simple solution that works for most applications.

No container orchestration, no docker …


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Getting started with Conveyor

Posted on Mon 30 March 2020 in conveyor • Tagged with python, flask, django, deployments

Before you start

Before you get started with Conveyor you will need the following:

  • A domain name
  • A Github account
  • Digital Ocean or Linode account

Create a Conveyor.dev account

To get started you will need to create an account on Conveyor.dev

When you log in for the first …


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Conveyor Early Access now open

Posted on Wed 21 August 2019 in conveyor • Tagged with python, conveyor

Conveyor.dev early access

Early access to Conveyor is now available.

Visit conveyor.dev to apply.

Conveyor simplifies deployments and lets you focus on building applications

Automatic server provisioning

Site management and deployment

Create PostgreSQL and MySQL databases

Manage your application workers