How to Install Django on CentOS 8?


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Installing Django on CentOS 8

Django is a powerful and popular web framework written in Python. It follows the MVC (Model-View-Controller) architecture and allows developers to build web applications quickly and efficiently.

Here are the steps to install Django on CentOS 8:

  1. Update the system packages by running the command: sudo dnf update
  2. Install Python and pip by running the command: sudo dnf install python3 python3-pip
  3. Check the Python version by running the command: python3 --version
  4. Install Django using pip by running the command: sudo pip3 install django
  5. Verify the installation by running the command: django-admin --version

Now you have successfully installed Django on CentOS 8. You can start developing your web applications using Django.

Django provides a wide range of features and functionalities. Some of the key features include:

  • Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) for easy database manipulation
  • Built-in admin interface for managing your application's data
  • Form handling and validation
  • User authentication and authorization system
  • Caching system for improved performance
  • Internationalization and localization support
  • URL routing and request handling

These features make Django a popular choice for building robust web applications. It also has a large and active community, which means you can find plenty of resources and support when working with Django.

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