Keeping Django database migrations backward compatible
Django uses migration files to keep track of database changes.When deploying an update to a server, those migrations are applied to the database.
Python and Django Logging in Plain English
If you’ve ever written a program and printed out a value to see what’s going on during execution, then you understand at some level why logging is so valuable.
Basic Performance Optimization in Django
TL;DR: Profile your code, make fewer SQL queries, serialize less data.
DjangoTricks: How to Create PDF Documents with Django in 2019
If you've read my Web Development with Django Cookbook, you might remember a recipe for creating PDF documents. Well, this library does its job, but it supports only a subset of HTML and CSS features.
Business Logic in Django projects
So now you have an incredible idea and you want to make it reality using Django.
Modeling Polymorphism in Django
If you ever added a type, kind or a mode field to a Django model, you probably had to deal with polymorphism as some level.
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