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Docs can be found in the docs folder.

App Template

This is a bare-bones skeleton app template, for use with the startapp command.

You will need git, python 2.7+ and pip to create a new app with this template.

Create environment variables for the app and module name (e.g. django-foo-bar and foo_bar), so we can use them in subsequent commands:

$ export APP=<app_name>
$ export MODULE=<module_name>

Install or upgrade Django:

$ pip install -U Django

Create an app from the template:

$ mkdir $APP
$ startapp -e ini,md,yml -n .coveragerc \
--template= \

Make the file executable, for convenience:

$ cd $APP
$ chmod 755

Create a remote repository on GitHub, then initialise a local repository and push an initial commit:

$ git init
$ git add -A
$ git commit -m 'Initial commit.'
$ git remote add origin$APP.git
$ git push

Now, get to work on your app! You might want to start with:

  • Add a LICENSE.txt file (e.g. MIT).

  • Read the contributing docs.

  • Update the docs (e.g. overview, installation and usage).

  • Remove the App Template section (these instructions) from (this file).

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