Django is a free and open-source web framework written in Python. Django’s core principles are scalability, re-usability and rapid development. It is also known for its framework-level consistency and loose coupling, allowing for individual components to be independent of one another. Don’t repeat yourself (DRY programming) is an integral part of Django principles.
Django is a free and open-source web framework written in Python with its core principles being scalability, re-usability and rapid development. In this tutorial, we will set up a Django environment for development purposes on an Ubuntu 20.04 server.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to set up the initial foundation for a blog website with connections to a MySQL database. This will involve creating the skeleton structure of the blog web application using django-admin, creating the MySQL database and then connecting the web application to the database.
In this tutorial, we will create the Django models that define the fields and behaviors of the Blog application data that we will be storing. These models map the data from your Django application to the database. It’s what Django uses to generate the database tables via their object relational mapping (ORM) API called “models.”
In this tutorial, we will connect to and enable the Django admin site so that you can manage your blog website. The Django admin site comes pre-built with a user interface that is designed to allow you and other trusted individuals to manage content for the website.
In this tutorial, we will create Django views that enable our web application to properly handle web requests and return the required web responses. As defined in the Django docs, a web response can be the HTML content of a Web page, a redirect, or an HTTP error.