Python Django – Setting up a DigitalOcean droplet

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This is the 12th video of my ‘Building and Launching a REAL Django website’ playlist. We will be going through every step of building a Django website from a blank canvas through to launching for the world to see.
• Build a website on our dev machine…Check
• Buy a domain…Check
• Almost set up some emails…Check
We now have a VERY basic website that we can launch onto a production server, safe in the knowledge that maintenance mode/coming soon will be activated.

In this video, I will show you how to set up a DigitalOcean server (they call them droplets), finish setting up emails, and configure the name servers.

Note: This project is using Python 3.7.3 and Django 3.2

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