How to Build and Deploy Python project?

If you do not have code ready, you can fork the repository being used in this example:


We are going to deploy a hello-world Flask application for Python, follow along to find different ways you can customise your Python deployment.


Choose your repo first: Choose repo

Next, select Python deployment: Python select

To choose a correct Python version, open up the terminal and type the command below:

$ python --version
Python 3.6.1 :: Anaconda custom (64-bit)

Choose the version output, e.g 3.6 or 2.6.

On the final screen, enter the following settings: Python settings

Make sure you have requirements.txt file in your repo as it instructs NativeCI which dependencies to install for your application to run. Example of requirements.txt file can be found here:

Build command:

#Default build command, no build

#Run tests first
python -m unittest


#For monorepo example

Port to expose:

#Choose port 3000 as ssl is provided automatically

Deploy folder:

#Keep empty by default

Run command:

#Default launch command

After that you can visit your website and see how easy it was to deploy it: Deployed

The bonus is if you change your code in source control, the build will be automatically triggered and newest version will be deployed. Congratulations, you now have Continuous Build and Deployment.

Edit this page on GitHub Updated at Wed, May 17, 2023