Django is full of shortcuts to make Web developers’ lives easier, but all those tools are of no use if you can’t easily deploy your sites. Since Django’s inception, ease of deployment has been a major goal.
This section contains guides to the two main ways to deploy Django. WSGI is the main Python standard for communicating between Web servers and applications, but it only supports synchronous code.
ASGI is the new, asynchronous-friendly standard that will allow your Django site to use asynchronous Python features, and asynchronous Django features as they are developed.
- How to deploy with WSGI
- How to deploy with ASGI
- Deploying static files
- Error reporting
- Deployment checklist