Today I’ve been using cURL for testing an endpoint I’m developing with Django. The answer of the endpoint is in json format, so sometimes it is hard to read its output. Luckily Python has a module (json.tools) which can help us in that situation.
Summer is here! And with the hot weather comes relax for those who can. Luckily I’m one of those, so I probably will not be posting every Friday (maybe you’ve noticed that already, no post on Friday 7/24). I will be posting mostly flash posts, which are written in a flash (sorry for the bad […]
When working with Django we have a couple of fields dealing with files, FileField and ImageField. The thing is that using these fields we can only upload one file at a time so problems come when we want to upload more than one field in one request.
This is the screencast for the post I did about installing Pip and Virtualenv. I hope you like it!
When developing a Django application you will eventually find useful to have some command-line admin commands. There are zillions of reasons you may need them. From generating reports to clear cache data from your app.
Aliens told me to set
Kings, emperors, politicians, diplomatics, small, medium and big companies, common people… one thing they all share is that probably, at a certain point in time, they all wanted to keep some kind of information secure
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