django-environ - Django-environ allows you to utilize 12factor inspired environment variables to configure your Django application

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django-environ allows you to use Twelve-factor methodology to configure your Django application with environment variables. See the similar code, sans django-environ.

django-environ.readthedocs.org
https://github.com/joke2k/django-environ

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