Whenever you start a virtual server you are provided with a local IP that you can access through the browser. This works fine most of the times, but if you need to use an external service like the Facebook API you might have to fake the IP as a real domain. You can do this easily by creating an alias.
In this this post I will tell you how you can setup Django on your local machine. After following this tutorial you will be able to start developing your first Django project on your computer without needing an online server.
Hello there and thanks for stopping by! As you can see this is my first post. Why did I create this blog? Mainly because I have always wanted to have a place where I can share all the cool things I learn while coding. This blog is that desire turned into reality!