Join Caleb Smith for an in-depth discussion in this video Working with Django settings, part of Up and Running with Python and Django.
- Let's take a look at the Django…documentation for settings.…First, we'll navigate to Djangoproject.com.…Next, we'll click the link for documentation.…Now, find the subheading development process…about a third of way down the page.…Now, next to settings, we'll click overview.…This is the topic level documentation for settings…and supplies a high level overview.…I invite you to take a moment to read the first subsection…of the topic documentation entitled The basics.…As a brief overview, I'd like to point out that it says…"A settings file is just a Python module…with module-level variables."…Also, the documentation points out that any Python syntax…errors will not be allowed.…
At the end of this document is a link…to their reference documentation.…It is labeled The Settings Reference.…This reference provides more detailed…information on each setting.…In this course, we edit a few different settings.…The INSTALLED_APPS setting , which we edit in order to…add a new app, is used for adding or removing…apps from the project.…
- Creating a new Django project
- Defining Django models and fields
- Querying data with the Django ORM
- Building views and templates
Skill Level Intermediate
Q: pip says it was installed correctly, and I've updated the PATH variable as shown, but the pip --version command isn't working. Why?
A: Depending on your computer's setup, you'll need to restart your terminal/command prompt before the additions you've made to the PATH variable are respected. With some setups, even that won't be enough, and you may need to restart the entire machine before you are able to use the pip command directly.