Monday, November 29, 2021

Developing django apps in jupyter

Hi everyone

I have built a few django apps, but on a very basic level and only for my own usage. Little helpers for self management. So far I just used vi(m).

Now I tried out jupyter for the first time. Looks great and thanks to a few links from Google I could also load the django kernel in jupyter. Still I am not sure how to use juypter in order to develop django apps. Is this making sense to you? I either have one of those demonstration-/documentation-oriented notebooks or I have a plain py file as usual in django apps.

My two questions are:
1. Do you use juypter for django development?
2. If not, which editor or free IDE do you use?

Best regards

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