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Django App Quick Start

Sep 08 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Rachel's Knowledge Base under tags  django python

How to make a quick start with a first Django application

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Django search engine

Sep 05 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Rachel's Knowledge Base under tags  django python

To help me get to grips with Django quickly, I created a search engine of the documentation. On the off-chance this is useful to others, I made it available at http://www.hobthross.com/docs/django/phpdig/search.php (Sorry if this does not show up as a hyperlink, WordPress appears to be chewing that up and ignoring it)

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Django for Python websites

Sep 05 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Rachel's Knowledge Base under tags  django python web programming

I’ve just taken a look at Django for the first time, and am seriously impressed. For a while now, I’ve been trying to find a way of using Python in websites, and haven’t found anything that works well enough – Zope, Cheetah, mod_python – all seem very difficult to get the simplest thing working… But […]

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The Emerging Django Job Market

Aug 31 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Matt Croydon under tags  django python

A company in Cincinnati, Ohio is looking for a web developer. Check out the framework they’re using: We are developing e-commerce sites based on Python and Django framework. Experience in Python, object oriented programming, MySql, PostgreSQL, and other web programming technologies is requested. This person would also be responsible for maintaining other scripts on various […]


Django: Big Integer Fields

Aug 27 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Matt Croydon under tags  django mysql projects python

I submitted a patch to Django Ticket #399 (request for a bigint field type). It still needs testing but works at a quick glance on mysql. Here’s a shot of them in action from the admin interface (the input is just too small and just too big respectively): Update: BigIntegerField works perfectly on PostgreSQL but […]


Django Model Syntax Change

Aug 26 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Matt Croydon under tags  django python

Adrian has committed the Django model syntax changes. Current models will have to be rewritten — once — but the new syntax looks a lot cleaner and I think it will reduce the learning curve for newcomers to the platform. Be sure to check out the full documentation as well as a brief screencast highlighting […]


Redirects in Django

Aug 21 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Prosthetic Conscience

While working on the authentication bits for a feed-reader application I'm writing (more on that later), I noticed that polipo ...


Django Generic Views: CRUD

Aug 17 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Matt Croydon under tags  django projects python

Note: I’ve not yet updated this to reflect the new model syntax. For the time being you can take a look at the new model syntax for tasks here. There are lots of gems buried in Django that are slowly coming to light. Generic views and specifically the CRUD (create, update, delete) generic views are […]


Rob Curley Blew My Mind

Aug 14 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Matt Croydon under tags  django python weblogs

A few days back I listened to this IMA Keynote by Rob Curley on IT Conversations. It blew my mind. I started out looking for some insight in to the team behind Django, The Lawrence Journal-World, lawrence.com, and so on. I got a whole lot more than I had bargained for. If you’re involved in […]


Django Markup Template Tags

Aug 10 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Matt Croydon under tags  django python

Changeset 467 contains template tags for renderingTextile (using PyTextile), Markdown (using python-markdown), and ReStructured Text (using docutils). You can find usage examples and some basic tests in markup.py. You need to make sure that you have the correct modules installed to do the heavy lifting, but the tags are extremely easy to use: {{ textile_content|textile […]


Django: Tutorial 4 and RSS

Aug 08 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Matt Croydon under tags  django python

Today Adrian posted Django Tutorial 4 which covers form processing and generic views. Everyone dive in! In other news, if you’re looking to generate RSS using Django “the easy way,” look no further than this #django log and associated pastebin. As always, svn up if you haven’t in the last few hours. Update: The pastebin […]


HTTP Headers and Django

Aug 08 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Matt Croydon under tags  django python

Andrew Brehaut has a hot tip about HTTP headers and Django: HttpResponse objects contain a headers dictionary, that you can easily add and remove headers from using dictionary notation You can read more about it and see usage examples in his post.


Migrating Your App to Django

Aug 06 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Matt Croydon under tags  django python

A few days ago I mentioned Changeset 384 which included a new command, django-admin.py inspectdb <dbname>. It has also been tweaked and improved since it was initially committed. The other day I tried it out on a simple database structure, but I decided to throw a more complex example at it. I decided to take […]


Django middleware

Jul 29 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Amit Chakradeo Inc. under tags  django programming python scripting webdev

In the django project settings there is a key called MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES which is a tuple of strings implementing the middleware methods. Django base handler (TBD explain what this class does) reads this setting and initializes three of its own attributes: _request_middleware, _view_middleware and _response_middleware. It goes through the list of middleware classes instantiates each of […]


Django middleware

Jul 29 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Amit Chakradeo Inc. under tags  django programming python scripting webdev

In the django project settings there is a key called MIDDLEWARE_CLASSES which is a tuple of strings implementing the middleware methods. Django base handler (TBD explain what this class does) reads this setting and initializes three of its own attributes: _request_middleware, _view_middleware and _response_middleware. It goes through the list of middleware classes instantiates each of […]


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