Django is a Python framework that make developing database driven website that can be set up in mere hours for most simple websites. The elegance of Django is that the actual coding we have to do is very less and many a boilerplate coding that every developer codes in every app is already implemented. However everything is still kept customizable and tweak-able. There is also the obvious advantage of being able to use the enormous list of Python library modules.
Before starting with the project structure and coding for an app let's understand how to set up and kick-start a Django project. This guide will guide you through a simple, minimal installation that'll work while you go through the tutorial series. Later on will learn how to optimize, deploy and scale a Django application in detail.
This tutorial assumes a basic knowledge of PYTHON and Django. Also it assumes you know how to create models, and manipulate them with basic querysets. If you are not confident about the aforementioned topics then this might help you.
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Media is the common cause of slow page loading and rendering, and they occupy majority of the bandwidth. Though the costs of storage is not the matter of primary concern, the bandwidth is an important factor, especially with huge user base on mobiles. Compressing and resizing of images is best way to handle this situation.
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