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Simple E-Commerce with Django, Python

E-Commerce Website with Python Django

 


This is a simple e-commerce website built with Django (Python) and PayPal is added as payment processor.

I've made this as a "Jewelry Shop" website but you can make any website you like.


Project Demo on YouTube



Features of this Project

A. Admin Users Can

1. Manage Category (Add, Update, Filter and Delete)

2. Manage Products (Add, Update, Filter and Delete)

3. Manage Users (Update, Filter and Delete)

4. Manage Orders (View and Process)


B. Non-Registered Users Can

1. View Products (Can filter based on category)

2. Explore Product Details and Related Products


C. Registered Users Can Can

1. All of Non-Registered Users

2. Add to Cart

3. Pay with Paypal or Debit/Credit Card and Order

4. See the Order Status

5. See Order History

6. Update Profile

7. Change Password

8. Reset Password


How to Install and Run this project?

Pre-Requisites:


Install Git Version Control [ https://git-scm.com/ ]

Install Python Latest Version [ https://www.python.org/downloads/ ]

Install Pip (Package Manager) [ https://pip.pypa.io/en/stable/installing/ ]

Alternative to Pip is Homebrew


Installation

1. Create a Folder where you want to save the project

2. Create a Virtual Environment and Activate


Install Virtual Environment First


$  pip install virtualenv


Create Virtual Environment

For Windows

$  python -m venv venv


For Mac

$  python3 -m venv venv


Activate Virtual Environment

For Windows

$  source venv/scripts/activate


For Mac

$  source venv/bin/activate


3. Clone this project

$  git clone https://github.com/vijaythapa333/django-jewelry-shop.git


Then, Enter the project


$  cd django-jewelry-shop


4. Install Requirements from 'requirements.txt'

$  pip install -r requirements.txt


5. Add the hosts

Got to settings.py file

Then, On allowed hosts, Add [‘*’].


ALLOWED_HOSTS = ['*']


No need to change on Mac.


6. Now Run Server


Command for PC:

$ python manage.py runserver


Command for Mac:

$ python3 manage.py runserver


7. Login Credentials

Create Super User (Admin)


Command for PC:

$  python manage.py createsuperuser


Command for MAC:

$  python3 manage.py createsuperuser


Then Add Email, Username and Password


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