Linux: Install Django Open Source Framework

Django is a high-level Python Web framework (open source framework) that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Django is awesome programming framework. Red hat magazine has published excellent tutorial:

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In today’s world, web development is all about turnaround. Businesses want to maximize production outcome while minimizing development and production time. Small, lean development teams are increasingly becoming the normal large development departments. Enter Django: a popular Python web framework that invokes the RWAD (rapid web application development) and DRY (don’t repeat yourself) principles with clean, pragmatic design.

This article is not about teaching you how to program in Python, nor how to use the Django framework. It’s about showing how to promote your Django applications onto an existing Apache or Lighttpd environment.

=> Installing/Configuring/Caching Django on your Linux server

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  • Ramesh | The Geek Stuff Jun 10, 2008 @ 6:37

    Vivek,

    Thanks for the link to the excellent install/config steps on Django. I’ll install/configure this over the weekend and play around with it.

    Also, if you find any other article on how to use Django, please share it with me. I always enjoy reading your blog. Excellent work.

    Ramesh,
    The Geek Stuff

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