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Django Highlights: Wrangling Static Assets And Media Files (Part 4)

Django Highlights: Wrangling Static Assets And Media Files (Part 4) Django Highlights: Wrangling Static Assets And Media Files (Part 4) Philip Kiely 2020-06-25T12:30:00+00:00 2020-06-25T14:36:48+00:00 Django websites involve a lot of files. It’s not just source code for the configuration, models, views, and templates, but also static assets: CSS and JavaScript, images, icons. As if that wasn’t enough already, sometimes users come along and want to upload their own files to...

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Django Highlights: Models, Admin, And Harnessing The Relational Database (Part 3)

Django Highlights: Models, Admin, And Harnessing The Relational Database (Part 3) Django Highlights: Models, Admin, And Harnessing The Relational Database (Part 3) Philip Kiely 2020-04-16T10:30:00+00:00 2020-04-16T14:05:19+00:00 Before we get started, I want to note that Django’s built-in administrative capabilities, even after customization, are not meant for end-users. The admin panel exists as a developer, operator, and administrator tool for creating and maintaining software. It is not intended to be used...

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Django Highlights: Templating Saves Lines (Part 2)

Django Highlights: Templating Saves Lines (Part 2) Django Highlights: Templating Saves Lines (Part 2) Philip Kiely 2020-04-02T12:00:00+00:00 2020-04-02T13:34:47+00:00 Some no-frills approaches to building websites require a developer to write every line of HTML by hand. On the other extreme, commercial no-code site builders create all of the HTML for the user automatically, often at the expense of readability in the resultant code. Templating is around the middle of that spectrum,...

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Django Highlights: User Models And Authentication (Part 1)

Django Highlights: User Models And Authentication (Part 1) Django Highlights: User Models And Authentication (Part 1) Philip Kiely 2020-02-06T11:00:00+00:00 2020-02-06T12:38:28+00:00 There are two types of websites: static and dynamic. Django is a framework for developing dynamic websites. While a static website is one that solely presents information, there is no interaction (beyond simple page requests) that gets registered to a server. In a static website, the server sends HTML, CSS,...

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