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Adding images to your Django project is very easy with the help of some third-party tools. To add an image to your project, first, you need to install the required packages. Then you can use either one of two commands: - pylint image: add or - django-admin.py make messages --from-code=image: add

This is a question most developers and users ask sometimes. There are many ways to answer this question: - You can use the image url with raw_input("Enter image url:") in your Django code. - You can use an urllib2 library call, such as urlopen with the image file name. - You can use an urllib2 library call, such as urlfetch with the web address of the image. - You can use a third party Python web framework like Flask or Django Rest Framework to handle requests and responses. - If you need to load images from a remote URL, you should consider using a serverless architecture in which you don't have to deal with hosting and scaling servers. - Other libraries that might

To store images in Django, they need to be in either a picture or an attachment.In django we can deal with the images with the help of model field which is ImageField . In this article, we have created the app image_app in a sample project named image_upload. The very first step is to add below code in the settings.py file. MEDIA_ROOT is for server path to store files in the computer.

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