Deploying FastAPI application to Render

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    It's easier to deploy an application that has its source code hosted on GitHub or GitLab. Render connects with GitHub or GitLab to deploy your apps and websites automatically on every push to your project. This is very useful, as you don't have to manually deploy every time you make a change. You can either connect GitHub or GitLab or both.

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    It was so simple to deploy a FastAPI based application to render. If you don't want to code or waste time on making a FastAPI based app, then you can try deploying mine. It is available on GitHub.

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    You'll need to download and install Python3 to your local machine. It's better to set up a virtual environment for the application.

  • sidekiq

    Sidekiq worker on Render (by render-examples)

    Recently, I came to know that Heroku is going to stop supporting free services. I have almost all the projects running in Heroku and I never tried any services. Many people pointed out that Render is the best free alternative to the Heroku. So I am giving it a try by hosting a FastAPI application. Render seems to directly support python frameworks like Flask, Django etc as their documentation mentions them. But we should be able to host FastAPI app as it supports building any python app, we just need to change the starting command. Let's get into it without wasting another minute.

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