Let's say your Django project name is
Once you setup your Django project, there will be two `ToDoWoo` folders - one inside the other (which is the parent folder).
For Python 3 - download and install Python 3 from https://www.python.org/downloads/windows/ - as of today, the latest version is 3.10.5.
(What I am having on my Windows 10 laptop is Python 3.8.7 so I'll be referencing the path to 3.8)
"Python 3 itself comes with venv for managing environments which we will use for this guide." - https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/4.0/howto/windows/
So no need to do `pip install venv`
By default python's path should be at C:\Users\username\AppData\Local\Programs\Python\Python38
cd ToDoWoo python -m venv project-env .\ToDoWoo\Scripts\activate.bat python .\manage.py runserver
For Python 2 - download and install Python 2.7.16 from https://www.python.org/downloads/release/python-2716/
We need to install a virtual envornment module that support Python 2 - since `venv` is a Python 3 specific module we have to install `virtualenv`
Assuming the default location of C:\Python27 :
cd ToDoWoo C:\Python27\python.exe -m pip install virtualenv C:\Python27\python.exe -m virtualenv py2 .\ToDoWoo\py2\Scripts\activate python -m pip install Django==1.11.29 python .\manage.py runserver
Supporting both Python 2 and 3 in the same codebase was a common thing for several years.
try: from urllib.request import urlopen except ImportError: from urllib2 import urlopen response = urlopen('https://jsonplaceholder.typicode.com/users') json = response.read() # print(json) # do something with json response.close()