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This is a book about doing things with Django admin. It takes the form of about forty questions and common tasks with Django admin we answer.

GoCD supports continuous delivery out of the box with its built-in pipelines, advanced traceability and value stream visualization. With GoCD, you can easily model, orchestrate and visualize complex workflows from end to end. GoCD supports modern infrastructure and cloud deployments. Learn how to setup your first pipeline - https://goo.gl/7Y5u7c OR check out their enterprise plugins and support. - https://goo.gl/Xqk6kL

This post is filled with examples ranging from a simple Dockerfile to multistage production builds for Python apps.

I have a Django app running on Heroku. Recently I had to change one of the models to add a new ForeignKey. The app in production has data stored in the database that I want to keep and this existing data can be used to define the new ForeignKey field. After a bit of searching I discovered I can run a custom migration to manipulate the data in the database.

ContentTypes, apart from a lot of awesomeness to build genericness in your Django app (as quoted), is also essential for defining Permissions in Django admin interface (remember this widget from the User and Groups models in Django admin?)

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We've just released Wagtail 2.0. This is a significant update to Wagtail, which - if you're not already familiar with it - is a popular open source CMS, built on Django, with a beautiful admin UI, powering sites for Google, NASA, the NHS, Oxfam, Mozilla, governments, universities, corporations, schools, startups and bloggers around the world. 2.0 is our biggest ever release, in terms of changes and improvements from the previous version. Here's what you need to know:

I took you through several ways of integrating Django with MongoDB. You will find a multitude of online literature describing the MongoEngine and other variants for doing this. I focused on Djongo which is a new connector that makes this possible in a different way. It is easy to use and makes the process of migrating from a SQL backend to MongoDB very simple, by adding just one line of code.

Have you ever found a missing translation when running Django makemessages on React JSX components? I did and it can happen as far as you don’t keep your gettext tags in the beginning of JSX modules.

After this workshop, I feel more confident in my interpersonal skills and probably will not be as shy as before anymore. I had an opportunity to learn something new and met amazing people with diverse background. If you have a chance to attend Django Girls workshop, definitely do it. I sincerely believe that you will not regret.

Recently I wanted to add a UUID field to an existing model called Institution, this model represents the Institutions that support the Open Library Humanities and the UUID field would represent a referral code

This is about a small problem we faced with the models used for customers in YPlan, now Time Out Checkout.

Django has some standard practices of organizing codes. It appreciates separating different contextual codes and classes in different files and modules.


django-servertiming - 5 Stars, 0 Fork
Django servertiming is allows you to view performance details for your app in the chrome dev tools. It uses the Server Timing API.

django-lint2 - 4 Stars, 0 Fork
Lint2 is a linter work on Django.

RegisteredUsers - 3 Stars, 1 Fork
A django app to fetch and display all the registered users based on their events.

django-experiments - 0 Stars, 0 Fork
Django AB testing module.

tumbo-server - 0 Stars, 0 Fork
Tumbo is a Server Platform for simplifying common development and deployment tasks. It conduce to go live quickly with an application - with less deployment- and configuration requirements. The Tumbo Stack is based on Linux, Django and Docker.

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