You write in django 2.0?
Learn django 2.0, but it feels like no one is using it and sitting on 1.11
Is it really so? If you should continue or upgrade to 1.11?
asked June 10th 19 at 16:08
Yes there's some terrible change, breaking all the compatibility. The main advantage of Django 2.0, then that dropped support for Python second. Now all be on >= 3.5.
Few people uses it because he came out just a week ago.
Also many prefer the LTS (long-term support, "long term support") version, and 1.11 is such.
Migrate, do not be afraid, however if there is a ForeignKey, you'll have to register for them, ondelete, because 2.0 made it compulsory that argument.
Immediately moved without hesitation. Like new clothes)
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