Hi everyone 🙂
I just released a new video on my channel. Learn how to build a simple realtime chat application using Django, Web sockets, Channels and Redis. Messages are stored in a database, so it's even possible to see old messages.
Let me know what you think 😀
9 thoughts on “Simple Django Realtime Chat App Tutorial – Simple Django Tutorial With Channels And Redis”
Nice thank you for sharing.
Was looking for this
my first thought was: why ?
then: actually it does not matter, it is just the possibiilty that makes in great!!!
awesome! I’m currently working on a project where users can join chat rooms and chat amongst each other
I have been trying to learn Django in my free time for \~ 2 weeks now. I continually get lost in the sauce when it come to the virtual environment, and am finding it difficult getting passed even that portion.
Is the venv something i need to install each time i work on the project? How can I see where my venv are installed and whats in each of them?
Sorry, I just need help wrapping my head around this portion of python/development
edit: watched [this](https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N5vscPTWKOk) video on youtube and helped a ton. Shame on me for not thinking to search it on youtube
theres so few tutorials on Django Channels so I am glad to see new ones
This was the Django Channels tutorial that really hit it home for me the most
Channels is amazing but The problem right know with the channels and redis for chat app is DEPENDENCIES HELL.
Execute the command :
And you’ll see what I’m talking about.
I found it too much for a simple chat app. And as long as there’s not a way of decrease that. I stick to Ajax to grab messages.
Thank’s for the project though. I’m a subscriber to your code with Stein channel.