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I love Django, a Python web development framework. It's my favorite tool for building websites. But I've noticed a trend toward using a JavaScript frontend such as React or Vue and wondered what all the fuss was about. Why use something else when Django has everything you need?

I love Django, a Python web development framework. It's my favorite tool for building websites. But I've noticed a trend toward using a JavaScript frontend such as React or Vue and wondered what all the fuss was about. Why use something else when Django has everything you need?

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A while back, I wrote about setting up a Django website on an Windows web server via IIS (see this article). One of the most laborious steps in this process is to set up your environmental variables for the site in IIS.

There is a way to automate these steps using the Windows Power ...

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Cookiecutter Django by Daniel Greenfeld is a framework that allows a quick start for setting up production-ready Django projects quickly. In this article, we'll detail what the set up steps are on a Windows machine.

Cookiecutter Django by Daniel Greenfeld is a framework that allows a quick start for setting up production-ready Django projects quickly. In this article, we'll detail what the set up steps are on a Windows machine.

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Django is a free and open source Python web application framework or collection of modules that makes development easier. It is well-known for its great documentation.

As good as the documentation is (and it is pretty impressive), it can still be confusing and difficult to navigate ...

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