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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 […]


django decorators

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

Django framework has used some design patterns. There is a directory called decorator which currently has two decorators: (decorator is just a method which dynamically adds additional functionality to original method depending on the situation) funcA = login_required(funcA) This replaces the funcA with a function which checks if the user is logged in and calls […]


django decorators

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

Django framework has used some design patterns. There is a directory called decorator which currently has two decorators: (decorator is just a method which dynamically adds additional functionality to original method depending on the situation) funcA = login_required(funcA) This replaces the funcA with a function which checks if the user is logged in and calls […]


Getting to know the django web framework

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

I was just about to abandon python and join the ruby camp to be able to use the wonderful rails framework for web application development. (They do have very good documentation and impressive video demo which you should check out!) But then came the announcement of Django. I really like the python language and feel […]


Getting to know the django web framework

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

I was just about to abandon python and join the ruby camp to be able to use the wonderful rails framework for web application development. (They do have very good documentation and impressive video demo which you should check out!) But then came the announcement of Django. I really like the python language and feel […]


Django: Another "Rails" Web Framework

Jul 18 2005 [Archived Version] □ Published at Nuno Mariz

The Rails hype continues:
Django for Python is the most recently announced of what is becoming a long line of web frameworks inspired by Ruby on Rails. Others that have popped up include MonoRail for .NET & Mono, Subway for Python, Trails for Java, Catalyst and Maypole for Perl. In the context of all these rails derivatives, this article on "Could Rails have been built without Ruby?" is an interesting read. [source]
For PHP we have also cake and biscuit.


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