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Django CMS, Mezzanine and Wagtail are the three most popular Django-based content management systems; all three have kept (or, in Wagtail's case, gained) their popularity because they are so different to each other. In many ways, from their fundamental data models right through to how they approach their content editing UIs, each one has a very different take on how a CMS should work. This talk will explore the different approaches, strengths and weaknesses of each CMS, and what they mean for you as a developer and for your content editors.

I ran into a small issue with Django today: what do you do when you need initial values in a bound form (such as a search form that is both initialized and then processed via GET action (so that searches can be bookmarked) ?

My colleague and i are working on a prototype where we need a backend application to manage a huge amount of data. We decided to go with Django, Docker and the Cookiecutter-Template. That package allo

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Building in minutes a Django application that is using IBM Watson APIs to analyse comments. IBM, under the general brand of "Watson", is offering a banch of cloud, Artificial Inteligence services that you can use in two ways. Give to your applications the power of cognitive computing. Analysing structured/unstructure data, comming to conclussions about your business This article will stay on technical level, demonstrating how you can get started in a few minutes bulding a web application that is using one of those services.

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It's easy to get started developing Django apps running on Google Container Engine, and because the apps you create will run on the same infrastructure that powers all of Google's products, you can be confident that they will scale to serve all of your users, whether there are a few or millions of them. This tutorial assumes you are familiar with with Django web development. It walks you through deploying the official Django tutorial app, Writing your first Django App. It's a good idea work through that tutorial before this one, especially if you are new to Django development.

Python has been, and still is, a popular language to build a web application stack to organize and display that data. In this article, we will examine several of the most popular Python Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) platforms and evaluate their pros and cons. You have several options for choosing a web host: i) Virtualized servers, ii) Platform as a service (PaaS), iii) Infrastructure as a service (IaaS), iv) Bare-metal.

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A simple explanation of how middleware works and a diagram explaining it.


django-fobi - 70 Stars, 19 Fork
django-fobi (or just fobi) is a customisable, modular, user- and developer- friendly form generator/builder application for Django. With fobi you can build Django forms using an intuitive GUI, save or mail posted form data or even export forms into JSON format and import them on other instances. API allows you to build your own form elements and form handlers (mechanisms for handling the submitted form data).

Regionalify - 1 Stars, 0 Fork
Regionalify: Supercharge your Django Admin with the power of regional character indicators Raw

django-cors-middleware - 0 Stars, 0 Fork
A Django App that adds CORS (Cross-Origin Resource Sharing) headers to responses. Although JSON-P is useful, it is strictly limited to GET requests. CORS builds on top of XmlHttpRequest to allow developers to make cross-domain requests, similar to same-domain requests. Read more about it here: This is a fork of because of inactivity.