To use this sample you must have Python 2.* installed (if not please visit python download page), PIP - Python package manager (if not please check isntallation guide) and MySQL installed and running (if not please check out MySQL download page and follow instructions)
To check your installations, run the following command in the command line:
$ python --version Python 2.7.6 # sample output $ pip -V pip 1.5.4 from /usr/lib/python2.7/dist-packages (python 2.7) # sample output $ mysql --version mysql Ver 14.14 Distrib 5.5.52, for debian-linux-gnu (x86_64) using readline 6. # sample output
To start this example run commands listed below.
Clone the repository from github.com:
$ git clone email@example.com:anychart-integrations/python-django-mysql-template.git
Navigate to the repository folder:
$ cd python-django-mysql-template
Make sure you have installed Django and MySQL-python dependencies:
$ pip freeze # sample output ... Django==1.10.2 MySQL-python==1.2.5 ...
if not, please, install them:
$ pip install MySQL-python $ pip install django
For more details about installation see Django installation guide
Set up MySQL database, use -u -p flags to provide username and password:
$ mysql < database_backup.sql
$ python manage.py runserver 8000
Open browser at http://127.0.0.1:8000/
Your workspace should look like:
python-django-mysql-template/ fruits/ migrations/ __init__.py static/ css/ style.css # css style templates/ fruits/ index.html # html template __init__.py admin.py apps.py models.py # app's models test.py urls.py # app routes views.py # app views python-django-mysql-template/ __init__.py settings.py # basic settings, including MySQL settings urls.py # project routes wsgi.py database_backup.sql # MySQL database dump LICENSE manage.py # main Django script README.md
More about Django folder structure you can read here.
AnyChart Python/Django/MySQL integration sample includes two parts:
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