Published on March 1, 2024

Get Started With Django Ledger in 5 Minutes

Develop Financially Driven Applications the Easy Way!

by Miguel Sanda

Miguel Sanda

I'm Miguel Sanda, the lead developer and creator of the open source project. If you're looking to build Double Entry Financially driven applications faster and more efficiently without reinventing the wheel, then you're in the right place.

In this video, I'll guide you through the process of getting started with your new Django Ledger project in just a few minutes.

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Introduction to Django Ledger

Django Ledger is a Python application designed to facilitate the development of Double Entry Financially driven applications efficiently using the Django web development framework. The project inherits the scalability and security features of Django, and aims to help users get started quickly.

Prerequisites for Getting Started

Before getting started with Django Ledger, users need to ensure they have the Python interpreter, familiarity with the Django web framework, and git Version Control installed on their systems. These prerequisites are essential for seamless project setup and development.

Setting Up and Using Django Ledger

To set up and use Django Ledger, users can clone the Django Ledger Starter Template from the GitHub repository provided, install pipenv for managing dependencies, create a database for the application, run the Django server, and log in to access the Django Ledger project. Additionally, users can create entities, populate entity information, and set up accounts and sample data for their projects.

And there you have it! Congratulations on successfully creating your first entity with Django Ledger! I hope this tutorial has been helpful in getting you started on your Double Entry Financially driven applications. Remember to explore more content like this by subscribing to the channel.

Thank you for tuning in and happy coding!

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