Building and Deploying a Django App | Part 1 – Setting Up Your Environment
Welcome to this tutorial series on building and deploying a Django app presented by @CodeWithTomi. In this video, we will cover the first step of the process: setting up your environment. We will go over installing Django and creating a project so that you can start developing a Django app. Stay tuned for the next video in the series, where we will cover using URLS, templates, and Static Files.
0:00 – Introduction
0:49 – What is Django?
1:12 – Install Django
1:55 – Create a new Django Project
4:40 – Create a new App
6:45 – Sign up for Linode
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