virtualenv and virtualenvwrapper provide a dedicated environment for each Django project you create. While not mandatory, this is considered a best practice and will save you time in the future when you’re ready to deploy your project. Simply type:
1 - pip install virtualenvwrapper - win
Then create the virtual environment for your project
2 - mkvirtualenv myproject
The virtual environment will be activated automatically and you’ll see “(myproject)” next to the command prompt to designate that. If you start a new command prompt, you’ll need to activate the environment again using:
3 - workon myproject
4 - pip install django
If you plan to use Django’s database API functionality, you’ll need to make sure a database server is running. Django supports many different database servers and is officially supported with PostgreSQL , MySQL, Oracle and SQLite.
If you’re using MySQL, you’ll need a DB API driver like
Just run the wamp server with the SQL data base and code on!