Serve Django HTTPS over localhost

The easiest way to do this is to use an app called django-sslserver.

It adds a new management command that serves content over SSL, and generates its own certificates.

I had tried things like stunnel… and ultimately this was the easiest solution.

I need it purely to test a Shopify app which must be served over HTTPS.

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