Js Managed Efficiently (Webpack + Django)

  • #35
  • Apr 18, 2020

JavaScript is the central player in this lesson. To be precise ECMA Script 2015+ additions. As any standard it still needs to be adopted by web browser developers. You don't need to …

Django and Webpack - Static Files Managed Efficiently

  • #34
  • Apr 18, 2020

As Django developers we may fall into a common trap and focus more on python side of the things and less on javascript/css side. In this lesson we concentrate on frontend of …


  • #33
  • Apr 12, 2020

Middleware in Django is really easy to use and offers an elegant way to create reusable plugins within your application. Every time you have to extend request object of your application or …

Advanced Logging with Django

  • #32
  • Apr 08, 2020

In this lesson we explore advanced python logging concepts from Django project perspective

Python Logging Done Right

  • #31
  • Apr 08, 2020

Mastering logging is your ticket to the next level of software development expertise. Python's logging system is a hidden gem which every developer should be aware of.

uWSGI Application Server

  • #30
  • Apr 02, 2020

In this lesson you will learn how to use uWSGI application server. We will start with an application in development mode and slowly transition to production mode. With uWSGI you can serve …

All You Need to Know about WSGI

  • #29
  • Apr 02, 2020

In this lesson we will answer questions like what is WSGI? Why you need it ? Why you need an application (like gunicorn or uwsgi) server at all?

Render Menu with One Active Item

  • #28
  • Mar 27, 2020

Navigation menu is present in virtually any application. A common case is when you want to make active only one item of the menu - the item associated with current view. In …

Context Processors

  • #27
  • Mar 23, 2020

In this lesson we will learn about Django context processors. They usually provide a very elegant solution for a wide range of problems - making common models available across ALL django project …

Abstract User, User Profiles and Signals

  • #26
  • Mar 19, 2020

In this lesson, you will learn how to add extract fields to the User model in Django. We will explore 2 cases (out of 3) 1. how to make most of the …

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