1. Install Django: To use Django, you must first install it. You can do this by running the command “pip install Django” in your terminal.
2. Create a Project: After installing Django, you need to create a project. To do this, run the command “django-admin startproject projectname” in your terminal. This will create a new directory with all the necessary files for your project.
3. Create an App: Django projects are made up of apps. To create an app, run the command “python manage.py startapp appname”. This will create a new directory with all the necessary files for your app.
4. Configure Settings: Next, you need to configure your settings.py file. This is where you can define your database settings, installed apps, and other project settings.
5. Create Models: Models are the core of any Django project. They are used to define the data structure of your project. To create models, you need to edit the models.py file in your app directory.
6. Create Views: Views are the logic behind your project. They are responsible for handling requests and returning responses. To create views, you need to edit the views.py file in your app directory.
7. Create URLs: URLs are used to map requests to views. To create URLs, you need to edit the urls.py file in your project directory.
8. Run the Server: Finally, you can run the server by running the command “python manage.py runserver” in your terminal. This will start the development server and you can access your project in your browser.