Deploying a webapp on rorodata
The rorodata platform is designed for machine learning applications but it is flexible enough to support web app dashboards as well. You can code your dashboard application in any Python framework and make the necessary changes in the roro.yml file before deploying.
2.1.1 How to add a Flask dashboard to my project?
Create a Flask application in the project directory as usual. A simple (no DB) Flask project comprises
app.py with all the views. A typical project will look like so:
$ ls /static /templates app.py train.py predict.py requirements.txt roro.yml
$ nano roro.yml
roro.yml like this
project: <your-project-name> runtime: rorodata/sandbox services: - name: api function: <file-with-predict-function>.<predict-function-name> - name: default command: gunicorn app:app
Ensure that all the web app specific dependencies are included in the
gunicorn flask firefly-python pillow Jinja2 Werkzeug
2.1.2 How to do I deploy the web app along with APIs?
If you have setup the project like above, then all you need to do is
$ roro deploy Deploying project <your-project-name>. This may take a few moments ... Restarted one service. api: https://<your-project-name>--api.rorocloud.io/ default: https://<your-project-name>.rorocloud.io/
Your web app is available as
https://<your-project-name>.rorocloud.io/ while the API endpoint is available at
https://<your-project-name>--api.rorocloud.io/Notice the difference in the URL structure