Wagtail CMS 2.4 Released — Here’s How to Install / Upgrade on Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04

Wagtail CMS, the open source Python web framework content management system (CMS) for developing dynamic website and apps has recently been updated to version 2.4

This release brings lots of changes including, support for Python 3.7, new image_url template tag allows to generate dynamic image URLs, adds ability to run individual tests through tox, and drops support for Django 1.11.

If you’re running previous version of Wagtail CMS, you may want to upgrade to this latest release to take advantage of some of the fixes and enhancements included with this…

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Install Wagtail CMS on Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04 | 18.10

Wagtail CMS, a free, fast, elegant, open source Python web framework for developing dynamic apps and websites is easy to install in Ubuntu… It is a powerful and modern content management system for developing modern websites…

This brief tutorial shows students and new users how to get Wagtail web framework installed on Ubuntu 16.04 | 18.04 and 18.10…

If you’re a developer who is going to be developing apps in Python, it may be a good thing to use Wagtail web framework to make the process seemless with rapid development and clean pragmatic design…

For more about Wagtail, please visit its homepage….

There are multiple ways to install Wagtail on Ubuntu, however, the quickest way is go use Python and PIP to get it installed… Below, we’ll show you how to do that… Read More