1.7.2 Checking Our Installation by Invoking Django’s
While Django has only created a skeleton project, it has created a working skeleton project, which we can view using Django’s testing server (the one referenced in
/manage.py script, provided to every project, allows us to quickly get up to speed.
Django requires a database before it can run. We can create a database with the (somewhat cryptic) command
migrate (Example 1.5).
$ ./manage.py migrate
You should be greeted with the output (or similar output) shown in Example 1.6.
Operations to perform: Synchronize unmigrated apps: staticfiles, messages Apply ...