Django is a powerful, open source web framework for developing web applications. It provides a well-defined and modular architecture, making it easy to write code that is flexible and reusable.
To create a blog in Django, you first need to create a project in the framework. A project contains your application’s configuration, models, views and templates. You can use the django-admin startproject command to create a new project:
django-admin startproject blog
Next, you need to set up your Django installation. By default, Django installs into the path /usr/local/lib/python2.
7/site-packages . To install Django into a different path, use the DJANGO_SETTINGS_PREFIX environment variable:.