These are chat archives for django/django

23rd
Jan 2016
Gautham SK
@gauthamcode
Jan 23 2016 04:01
Hey
drjsoundsgood
@drjsoundsgood
Jan 23 2016 04:44
hey @gauthamcode what do you need help with?
sumit sinha
@sumitsinha91
Jan 23 2016 09:22
Hello friends
i'm very new on django and python so can anybody help me
I want to learn about django
Ikhsan Noor Rosyidin
@essanpupil
Jan 23 2016 09:25
hi @sumitsinha91 welcome, you can follow tutorial from django official site, https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.9/intro/tutorial01/
it's pretty good and easy to follow
sumit sinha
@sumitsinha91
Jan 23 2016 09:26
even which operating system is best to work on gjango linux or window
Ikhsan Noor Rosyidin
@essanpupil
Jan 23 2016 09:30
linux
:)
it's easier to setup
sumit sinha
@sumitsinha91
Jan 23 2016 09:30
ok thanks
now i am using linux
Ikhsan Noor Rosyidin
@essanpupil
Jan 23 2016 09:32
yep, that's good
Job Matheka
@jobm
Jan 23 2016 11:55
hey guys i have been experiencing an issue with django haystack using the whoosh backend, when i use SearchQuerySet().autocomplete it returns a null json object(s) like {"results": [null]}, i am using django 1.8.
Sergei Nazarenko
@nazares
Jan 23 2016 12:16
@sumitsinha91
@sumitsinha91 OS X is much better
sumit sinha
@sumitsinha91
Jan 23 2016 18:14
which code editor is good for python or django
pydev or anyother
Dan Gamble
@dan-gamble
Jan 23 2016 18:16
I like PyCharm personally
sumit sinha
@sumitsinha91
Jan 23 2016 18:17
how is pydev
Dan Gamble
@dan-gamble
Jan 23 2016 18:17
I've not used it myself
sumit sinha
@sumitsinha91
Jan 23 2016 18:18
i am new so i don't knoe if i will write code in pydev then how i will run my code foe django
Praneeth
@praneethkumarpidugu
Jan 23 2016 19:26
Hello Everyone.
@sumitsinha91 Jetbrains has a pycharm community edition for Students/Researchers…I have been using this from an year almost….Really Good editor for deep debugging, git hook commits, much more to explore.
sumit sinha
@sumitsinha91
Jan 23 2016 19:36
but someone told me eclipse pydev is best
Dan Gamble
@dan-gamble
Jan 23 2016 19:36
There is no best
Best is what works for you the most
Praneeth
@praneethkumarpidugu
Jan 23 2016 19:37
Honestly I could edit the code with vim or gedit….Its just an interface.
choose which works for you
Dan Gamble
@dan-gamble
Jan 23 2016 19:37
Yup
Whichever makes your more productive is the 'best'
sumit sinha
@sumitsinha91
Jan 23 2016 21:33
Now I'm very confused where I write my python code and how I will connect with django
Now I'm reading documents from there I'm trying to understand
I'm very new on django
Praneeth
@praneethkumarpidugu
Jan 23 2016 22:04
@sumitsinha91 what os are you using ?