You can also subscribe to django-users at googlegroups.com and ask there.
I recommend using Python 3 and at least 3.6 or later. Django, you can start
with the current version (2.2).
uri at speedy.net
On Mon, May 13, 2019 at 3:33 PM Milos Vujcic <milos.vujcic.997 at outlook.com>
> I?m new into Python and Django thing and I?m having big problem with cmd
> and virtualenv command. Do I really need to use virtual environment for
> making Django/Python web apps because my cmd just won?t accept it. Can I
> skip virtualenv and just start making things in Django?
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