Azure Demo: Getting started with Django on Azure Cloud Services

Azure Demo: Getting started with Django on Azure Cloud Services

Getting started with Django on Windows Azure Cloud Services. Read more: windowsazure.com/en-us/develop/python/
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7 Comments

  1. Ali Aliev, loool that’s funny.

  2. No module named django.core.management

  3. firefox???????????

  4. Which version of PTVS does this work on? I’ve tried with v1.5 for VS 2010
    and I get error “No module named django.core.management”

  5. Ditto, found out finally I had to install django in my python environment
    (djangoproject(dot)com), and found a SO question on installing setuptools
    and pip to install Django. Right-click on project and validate now works,
    but when I run there is ***nothing*** in the console window.

  6. The “Add Windows Azure Cloud Service Project” option doesn’t exist :(

  7. vim and unix forever

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