Installing Sublime Text
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[trx_accordion_item title=”Step1″]In my the previous post, I outlined the process to set up your Django Virtual Environment, based on the CodingEntrepreneurs Udemy course “Coding for Entrepreneurs: Learn Python, Django, and More. Within that course they suggest using the Komodo editor. However I found that the intenseness text autocomplete feature didn’t fully work right out of the box. When I asked the moderators I was turned onto Sublime Text. I found the editor to be excellent with the autocomplete features working as soon as I opened my Django project directory. The following are the steps for installing Sublime Text[/trx_accordion_item][trx_accordion_item title=”Installing Sublime Text”]
Download the Sublime Text installer.
From here you should be able to install, but if you want to watch someone, head over to Tuts+ Django course and watch the free preview videos.[/trx_accordion_item][trx_accordion_item title=”Opening Django Project”]After installation, just go File –> Open, and navigate to your project folder.
[/trx_accordion_item][trx_accordion_item title=”References”]Sublime text has some excellent documentation accessible right from the help menu.[/trx_accordion_item][/trx_accordion]