If you've followed the previous article you should have Apache and mod_wsgi ready to serve an app for you.
In this article we'll create a basic Django app and setup the virtual host that will allow Apache and mod_wsgi to work their magic.
Django is a very popular Python Web frame work.
These Django tutorials will take you through installing and configuring Django, followed by deploying and serving your applications.
Ubuntu Hardy - Django installation & configuration
Ubuntu Hardy - Django Installation: This article examines three different ways to install Django on your Ubuntu Hardy Slice. One uses the aptitude package manager, one uses the source code and one looks at getting the latest build via subversion.
Ubuntu Hardy - mod_python Installation: Now we have Django installed, we can move onto installing mod_python (and apache) to serve our application.
Ubuntu Hardy - using mod_python to serve your application: Let's move on and look at setting up Apache to use mod_python to serve our application.
Ubuntu Hardy - mod_wsgi Installation: Now we have Django installed, we can move onto installing mod_wsgi (and apache) as an alternative to mod_python in serving our application.
Ubuntu Hardy - using mod_wsgi to serve your application: We've installing mod_wsgi (and apache), so let's look at setting up our vhost file to serve our application.
Ubuntu Gutsy - Installation
Ubuntu Gutsy - Django Installation: Let's install our Gutsy Slice with a Django stack with our favourite database, subversion and Postfix support.
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