This new blog series aims to help DevOps leaders in organization get stakeholder buy-in. It covers approaches to talking about why, as well as specific things you can do to sell your ideas.
This tutorial is going to be all about Django’s authentication system. We are going to implement the whole thing: registration, login, logout, password reset, and password change.
Django 2.0 alpha 1 is now available. It represents the first stage in the 2.0 release cycle and is an opportunity for you to try out the changes coming in Django 2.0.
Never worry about balancing a new integration against a new feature.
In this article you will learn how to build a simple REST API using Django REST Framework. The code in this article was written with Python 3.6, Django 1.11 and DRF 3.6 in mind.
I was looking for a tutorial which uses Python type annotation but there is no one which I like, so I learn and made one. The benefit of type annotation is its give you a type integrity violation warning if you put any mismatching type there. The benefit is its help you find bug earlier though there is no performance gain or loss.
One of the first things aimed for and achieved with a web positioning strategy is visibility. We do SEO to show ourselves in a simpler and more effective way to our users and at company level this is essential to connect with our target audience.
In this short chapter we will learn how to install Python 3, create virtual environments, and install Django in a macOS.
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If you're working on a web project that will be accessed from the European Union (EU), you should know there are some very strict cookie restrictions. Basically, you must inform visitors that cookies can, and will, be stored. If you're working with Django, we've got you covered. Here's a simple 6-step guide to following the requirements using django-cookie-law.
Well reverse and reverse_lazy are two utility functions that we use in our Django projects or apps to redirect from a view to another, basically it’s a more convenient way to deal with urls without hardcoding them.
Relationships between people are complicated; what about between models?
An example of Django project with login, registration, password change, log out, and password reset functionality.