When developing projects with Django, the constant and annoying work is to restart the project. In this post, if you are a Windows user, you can easily run your project by creating a .bat file on your desktop. I use Windows 10 as the operating system.
You can open the following lines of code with a code editor such as Visual Studio Code, Pycharm, and save it on your desktop as a .bat extension.
@REM Comment line : Changing the active console code page to UTF-8 chcp 65001 @REM Comment line : switch to project folder cd C:\Users\etem\Desktopd\django_proje_klasoru @REM Comment line : Activating the base virtual environment since I use anaconda. call activate base @REM Comment line : Starting our project with python3.exe from Anaconda folder. C:\Users\etem\anaconda3\python3.exe manage.py runserver PAUSE
When you click on the file you created on the desktop, for example django_project.bat, your project will be run automatically.
If you copy the .bat file you created to the C:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\StartUp folder, your project will run automatically every time your computer starts.