Category: Django

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    Creating Feeds with Django

    Django ships with built-in syndication feed generating framework, which is used to generate dynamic Atom and RSS feeds. RSS is an abbreviation for Really Simple Syndication, it's a way to have information delivered to you instead of you having to go find…
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    Creating Sitemaps in Django

    Django comes with baked-in functionality for generating sitemaps dynamically using the sitemap framework. A sitemap is an XML file that informs search engines such as Google, the pages of your website, their relevance, and how frequently they are updated…
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    Managing Media Files in Django

    In Django Media files are the files uploaded by users on the system. However, like static files media files shouldn't be trusted. There are always security concerns when dealing with user-uploaded content. Notably, it’s important to validate all uploaded…
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    Configuring Static Files in Django

    Managing static assets such as CSS, Javascript, fonts are core components of any modern web application Django provides us a large degree of freedom and flexibility on managing and serving static assets in different environments. In this article, we will…
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    Integrating Summernote WYSIWYG Editor in Django 

    A WYSIWYG (pronounced "wiz-ee-wig") editor or program is one that allows a developer to see what the result will look like while the interface or document is being created. WYSIWYG is an acronym for "what you see is what you get". There are many WYSIWYG …
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    Using PostgreSQL with Django

    Django is a high level full-stack open-source web framework written in Python, that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Django, in its ‘out-of-the-box’ state, is set up to communicate with SQLite - a lightweight relational database …
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    Creating A Super User In Django

    Django's prominent feature is the admin interface, which makes it stand out from the competition. It is a built-in app that automatically generates a user interface to add and modify a site's content. The built-in administration interface that is very us…
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    Creating Comments System With Django

    In this tutorial, we will build a basic commenting system for a Django 2.X app, which lets readers add comments on posts. Here is a preview of what we are going to build by the end of this tutorial. Pre-Requirements Before diving into the tutorial I am …
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    Adding Pagination With Django

    While working on a modern web application quite often you will need to paginate the app be it for better user experience or performance. Fortunately, Django comes with built-in pagination classes for managing paginating data of your application. In this …
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    Building A Blog Application With Django

    In this tutorial, we’ll build a Blog application with Django that allows users to create, edit, and delete posts. The homepage will list all blog posts, and there will be a dedicated detail page for each individual post. Django is capable of making more …
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