I have a simple Django app hosted in Heroku which simply scrapes data from a website. What I need is that I want a Heroku command (e.g. heroku run python manage.py [custom_command] ) be mapped to a certain URL (e.g. mysite.com/run/[custom_command] ) such that when that certain URL is visited, a dyno is created that will run the command "heroku run python manage.py [custom_command]".
I think this can be easily done by editing the urls.py and views.py and utilizing the Heroku platform API, but I don't know how.
why does deploying your app on the web have to be SO difficult? Years into my experience as a software developer and to this day I find hosting online to be a PAIN.
If you ever tried it, did you enjoy running into issues with static files, WhiteNoise, not installing the middleware in the right location, or a whole host of said fun stuff? Yeah, me neither.
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