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Creating a Django Project

See How to install Django for advice on how to remove older versions of Django and install a newer one.

Now after Django is successfully installed lets get on with creating a Django project. 284 more words


Upgrading Wagtail to use Django 1.7 locally using vagrant

These are the steps I followed to upgrade an existing Wagtail 0.8.3 which was using Django 1.6 to use 1.7. It wasn’t that obvious to me so I’ve detailed the steps here. 299 more words


Styling forms in Django using template tags

Forms in Django are awesome; they come with a lot of magic inside. But they lack customization for styling them in different ways.
For example, if you wish to add Bootstrap styling to the forms then it is difficult unless you use any 3ed party packsges for that. 211 more words


Simple and Effective Django Deployment using Nginx and uWSGI

Deploying a Django project has always been a difficult to handle as python requires some extensions to work on the server.
I am going to show you a simple way to deploy your Django project using Nginx and uWSGI. 347 more words


Top 3 Free Django Beginner Tutorials - Resident Nerd Reviews

Level 1 – Absolute Beginner Level Walkthrough
Tells you how to get a basic website up and running. Does not go very deep into topics like CRUD but touches upon it towards the end. 149 more words


Step By Step - Set Up Django

Recently, I have worked on Django project. So I figured it out that the setting up for project is not easy at all for beginner. So I decide to make tutorial for supporting people who want to research Django. 81 more words


Create a Django ContentType/Model Without a Table

We needed to have a contenttype in the¬†django_content_type table to support one of our apps, but the particular model/contenttype didn’t have any instances. Here’s what we came up with to get something “artificially” inserted into that table with a proxy model so that when you run syncdb it will create the appropriate record in¬†django_content_type. 55 more words