Checking if you're pwned (with Django)
Pwned Passwords is a simply massive database of passwords which have been compromised via data breaches. It’s incredibly useful as a tool for preventing users from choosing or reusing bad passwords.
How to build a progress bar for the web with Django and Celery
The surprising complexity of making something that is, on its surface, ridiculously simple.
GraphQL on Django at JOOR
When we decided to build the next generation of JOOR’s APIs a year ago, we had to make some technical decisions.
Django vs Rails: Picking the Right Web Framework
The speed and performance differences between Django and Rails are negligible. So why choose one over the other?
Guide to an OAuth2 API with Django
In this guide I will show you how to configure your next project to use the cutting-edge OAuth2 standard.
A good Django view function cache decorator for http.JsonResponse
Stuff in Peter's head.
Continuous Integration for Python 3 in Gitlab
Gitlab is the new cool kid. It’s open source, self-hostable, and as a new unique selling point, not owned by Microsoft.
Building A Hostel Managing System With Django
This post serves as an archive of the work done and a guide for rookie Django developers.
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