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Learning Django Web Development by Ratan Kumar, Sanjeev Jaiswal

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Summary

We prepared our development environment in this chapter, created our first project, set up the database, and learned how to launch the Django development server. We learned the best way to write code for our Django project and saw the default Django project structure. We learned about the naming convention, the significance of blank lines, and which style of import we should use and where.

We saw which editor and which IDE would be better for Python- and Django-based web development. We learned how to use Git to keep our code updated at the repository. We learned a bit about Bootstrap to work on frontend development.

The next chapter will take you through a tour of the main Django components and will help develop a working prototype for ...

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