Welcome to the April edition of Django Digest!
Thanks again for subscribing! March was a great month for Django with the launch of Django channels, some great articles being written by the developer community and DjangoCon Europe.
We hope you enjoy the links we've curated below. If you have any questions, comments or recommendations please get in touch via firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yours in Django,
-The Django Digest team
Jacob Kaplan-Moss, long-time core contributor to Django, shares an in-depth look at the new Django Channels.
Andrew Godwin built out some examples on how to implement some common site features using the new Django Channels.
DjangoCon Europe 2016 was hosted in Budapest, Hungary. Opbeat featured some great videos of talks given at the conference.
Harish Narayanan has written an awesome article on how you can use Docker containers and Kubernetes to help build scalable and resilient Django webapps.
One of our favourites from GitHub this month: check out Scott Woodalls collection of Django & React modules for building Django web applications.
Transparency in the software development process for public agencies is a great idea. Check out the redesign of the US consumerfinance.gov Django website over on GitHub.
"Django is Python’s most popular web framework and ships with several caching backends. Unfortunately the file-based cache in Django is essentially broken."
Grant Jenks investigates a better way to use DiskCache with pure Python.
Guide on creating a Twitter stream for Django-powered websites using the Twitter API and a bit of code
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