re: How to set up Django Environment in Linux for beginners VIEW POST


This is a really helpful blogpost for newcomers! By the way have you tried Pipenv yet? I’ve been using virtualenv “plain” for a while and recentlygave it a try... and I’m so enthusiastic about it hehe


I've used Pipenv also for doing django tutorials and love it. If you familiar with Ruby, It's like a bundle.
You can add, remove, libraries very easily.


Oh and I should throw this into the thread, I really like scaffolding new projects with cookiecutter templates. For example here's a popular Django one,

And here are way more of them,

Of course it is best to do it By Hand when learning, but I think cookiecutter is great once one understands the toolkit.


I am glad you think so ☺.No,I haven't used pipenv yet,and I am definitely trying it out.

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