Today i am going to show how to setup or install Django environment on Ubuntu. I will be concentrating only on python 3 version. Django is web application framework written in python, It Uses MVT (Models, Views, Templates) Concept .

We will be installing django in an isolated environment but why? simple because we do not want django packages to mess with os python libraries, we will be using pip to install packages and virtualenv to create virtual environments.pip is a package management system used to install and manage software packages written in Python. Now open your terminal and follow this commands

Install python3 Pip
sudo apt-get install python3-pip

Install Virtualenv
sudo pip3 install virtualenv

Create new directory for your project
mkdir -p Code/Django/myapp
cd Code/Django/myapp

Create new Virtual Environment we will call it py3,
virtualenv py3

Once you run above command new directory py3 will be created. Now We need to activate our new py3 environment
source py3/bin/activate
your prompt will be changed to (py3) Code/Django/myapp 

Now Install Django. Notice we are not running pip3 command, we will just  run pip inside virtualenv
pip install django

Once Django is installed, you can check the version by
django-admin --version
1.9.2

Lets start new project call makeinindia
django-admin startproject makeinindia
cd makeinindia

Lets start new app blog
python manage.py startapp blog

Now we will start the server
python manage.py runserver

Finally done, Whenever you want to leave the virtual environment just run to
deactivate

Dont forget  to run this command Every time you want to work with your Django app
cd Code/Django/myapp
source py3/bin/activate