It’s finally time to get started on our Django project and get to work in Python. We’ll start by creating a virtual environment, then install Django with Pip, and then enable GeoDjango.
Make sure you have the following items installed and working before you continue:
- PostgreSQL with PostGIS
shopsdatabase with PostGIS extension; and
- Our geographic drivers, either installed on their own or as part of QGIS.
With that foundation in place you’re ready to start the web server portion of your project using the Django and GeoDjango frameworks.
Milan NIkolic on May 1, 2019
Thank you Jackie, That was flawless. I truly enjoyed the course and finally signed up for RealPython. It was a matter of time. Just couldn’t resist finishing this series. After checking out the site, I am extremely happy I made that decision. Thanks and all the best to you and everybody at RealPython! M