Deploying Django with Docker on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk

I have a conceptual question here-
I’m looking to deploy a Django application on Elastic Beanstalk (which I’ve successfully done before) using a Docker (which I have yet to succeed with). I know the Elastic Beanstalk image prebuilt with Docker uses Ngnix, which I’ve deployed Django with before, but I’m a little lost on the accomplishing this on Elastic Beanstalk. I’ve used Amazon’s documentation and successfully deployed a Dockerfile to elastic beanstalk using their code, but have yet to get it going on my own. Has anyone been successful with this? Can anyone point me in the right direction to find out how to accomplish this specific task? Thank you

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    Ok, so StackOverflow is being a pain about posting this answer (Seems to not like all the config snippets). So here’s the link to the Github https://github.com/AndrewSmiley/django-docker-eb. Basically the README is the post I tried to add here to StackOverflow, but unsuccessfully.

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