Still, there are a few specific Django configuration options to keep in mind. In this article, we’ll
- create a Python virtual environment,
- set up a small Django project to work with,
- write a basic logging example,
- configure the Django logger, and
- explore the Django logging extensions.
If you want to skip writing code, you can find all of the code in this article over on GitHub.
Also, note that this article won’t go into details on the specifics of Python logging. If you want a primer on those, check out this previous post, Get Started Quickly With Python Logging, which covers the basics.
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