Django and Bokeh Server best practices

Hi Bokeh Team,

I’m trying to start working on a Bokeh server application using Django.

However, I wanted to figure out best practices before diving in.

My goal is to create a Bokeh server (using data streaming to Gmapplot) and Django application.

I looked through the Happiness demonstration, along with the great notes.

Are there any other examples I should look at?

Would it be wise to use Nginx with Django?

I apologize if this question is too broad.

Thanks,

Jon

It really depends on your deployment needs. If you want to make/embed and app that can be viewed by a large audience of many people simultaneously, that takes a different approach than something on a smaller scale. Can you describe your deployment scenario in a bit more detail?

Bryan

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On May 31, 2016, at 5:12 PM, Lenley Woodard <[email protected]> wrote:

Hi Bokeh Team,

I’m trying to start working on a Bokeh server application using Django.

However, I wanted to figure out best practices before diving in.

My goal is to create a Bokeh server (using data streaming to Gmapplot) and Django application.

I looked through the Happiness demonstration, along with the great notes.

Are there any other examples I should look at?

Would it be wise to use Nginx with Django?

I apologize if this question is too broad.

Thanks,

Jon

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