Tag: Django Databases

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How to Use Django MySQL Database with Django Project

Django MySQL Connection

This tutorial will explain how to connect MySQL Database with your Django Project. By the end of the tutorial, you will be able to connect and use MySQL Database with your Django Application. You will also learn how to migrate your data to the database. Learn Django MySQL connection Django with MySQL. MySQL is the… Continue Reading »

How to Extend Django User Model

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Django’s built-in authentication system is excellent. We can use it out-of-the-box, which can result in saving a lot of development and testing time. It is extremely safe and fits most of the use cases. But sometimes we need to extend some functionalities so to fit our Web application. Commonly you want to store some more… Continue Reading »

How to Connect MySQL Database in Django Project

Django is a free, open-source web framework written in the most popular Python programming language. It allows for scalability, re-usability, and rapid development. Django can be connected to different databases like SQLite, MySQL, PostgreSQL, etc. In this tutorial, you will learn How To Set Up Django with a MySQL Database Backend. You’ll learn how to… Continue Reading »