Install Django On Mac With PIP And VirtualEnv

Install Django On Mac With PIP And VirtualEnv
Install Django on Mac with PIP and VirtualEnv

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PIP: Python Package Install. Pip is an easy way to install python packages. A python package is essentially pre written python code that you can use for free. It’s amazing.

VirtualEnv: a virtual environment (virtualenv) is important so that version changes do not affect your project (you know, because changes are always been made and improved with code). Using virtualenv is very easy to do. This video shows you how. Don’t forget source bin/activate is your friend!

The process:
– Open Terminal (pre-installed Apple application)
– Install Pip: using $ sudo easy_install pip
– Install Virtualenv: using $ sudo pip install virtualenv
– Make a new virtualenv: using $ virtualenv yourenvnamehere
– Change into virtualenv: using $ cd yourenvnamehere
– Activate virtualenv: using $ source bin/activate
– Install Django: using (yourenvnamehere)$ pip install django
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