Category: Django
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Posts of Category: Django
  1. Handling File Uploads with Django

    Introduction The World Wide Web facilitated the transfer of huge amounts of data between networked computers, and it's a community that creates and shares data in abundance. This data can take various forms and...Learn More
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  2. Creating a REST API with Django REST Framework

    Introduction REST APIs are an industry-standard way for web services to send and receive data. They use HTTP request methods to facilitate the request-response cycle and typically transfer data using JSON, and ...Learn More
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  3. Creating a REST API in Python with Django

    Creating a REST API in Python with Django Introduction Django is a powerful Python Web Framework used to build secure, scalable web applications rapidly with fewer efforts. It became popular because of its low ...Learn More
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  4. Guide to Using The Django MongoDB Engine with Python

    Guide to Using The Django MongoDB Engine with Python Introduction In this article, we will see how to use MongoDB, a non-relational database, with Django, a Python Web Framework. Django is commonly used with Po...Learn More
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  5. Recursive Model Relationships in Django

    Recursive Model Relationships in Django The Need for Recursive Relationships There arises many times in the development of modern web applications where the business requirements inherently describe relationshi...Learn More
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  6. Building a GraphQL API with Django

    Building a GraphQL API with Django Introduction Web APIs are the engines that power most of our applications today. For many years REST has been the dominant architecture for APIs, but in this article we will e...Learn More
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  7. How to Deploy a Django Application to Heroku with Git CLI

    How to Deploy a Django Application to Heroku with Git CLI Introduction Heroku is a cloud platform that provides hosting services. It supports several programming languages including PHP, Node.js, and Python. It...Learn More
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  8. Asynchronous Tasks in Django with Redis and Celery

    Asynchronous Tasks in Django with Redis and Celery Introduction In this tutorial I will be providing a general understanding of why celery message queue's are valuable along with how to utilize celery in conjun...Learn More
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  9. Serving Static Files in Python With Django, AWS S3 and WhiteNoise

    Serving Static Files in Python With Django, AWS S3 and WhiteNoise Introduction Websites generally need additional files such as images, CSS, and JavaScript files that are necessary to render complete web pages ...Learn More
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  10. Modified Preorder Tree Traversal in Django

    Modified Preorder Tree Traversal in Django Introduction This article is an extension to a previous article titled, Recursive Model Relationships in Django, which demonstrated a way to utilize the bare-bones Dja...Learn More
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  11. Using Django Signals to Simplify and Decouple Code

    Using Django Signals to Simplify and Decouple Code Introduction Systems are getting more complex as time goes by and this warrants the need to decouple systems more. A decoupled system is easier to build, exten...Learn More
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  12. Uploading Files to AWS S3 with Python and Django

    Uploading Files to AWS S3 with Python and Django Introduction In the quest to build more interactive websites, we don't only relay information to users but also allow them to upload data of their own. This open...Learn More
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