In this tutorial, we are going to use jQuery and AJAX to send requests to a Django backend to add the CRUD (Create, Read, Update, Delete) operations asynchronously. For this, we are going to build a simple todo application.
In a previous tutorial we saw how to create, render and validate forms. But we didn't talk too much about the validation process. In this tutorial we will see how to customize the form validation process using ...
It's been a long time since the last part in this series, so I am going to explain a bit what we did in this tutorial series and what we are going to do today ... So in this tutorial, we are going to set up Amazon S3 to handle our media files.
In the previous post we talked about pagination with function based views, In this one we will see how to use pagination with class based views. We will be using the generic view ListView. Pagination with CBV is easier than with FBV, but it can ...
Pagination is the fact of splitting data across several pages in order to speed up the loading of the page and improve the user experience. In this tutorial, we will see in detail how pagination works in the Django framework.
In this tutorial we are going to see how to integrate django-crispy-forms on your application and how to use it. django-crispy-forms allows you to manage your Django forms and makes rendering them easy.
The authentication system that comes with Django works fine for the most cases, but it is recommended using a custom user model with every project you start as it just requires a bit of configuration, and you'll be able to customize it as you see fit.
Did you ever ask yourself how to separate your sensitive information, like the secret key, from your project? Well Python Decouple is the right tool for that!