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Today I’m going to talk (rant) about runserver, a great inclusion of the Django software package. It’s designed to help you easily run a Django project in a local (development) environment. Well, like many people, I have Rails in my background, and I miss certain things from it. One of those things, is the shiny SQL output in your terminal while running Mongrel.
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I first knew I wanted to learn Django when I saw the DjangoCon 2008 keynote talk by Cal Henderson, subtly titled “Why I hate Django”. I highly recommend watching at least part of the talk. I’ve been hacking on Python for a while now but until I joined Fluther back in September I had never done Python at work. My previous job at Yahoo! had me building front-to-back Java applications (which isn’t the standard there in case there’s some confusion).
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Since Django's creation there's been an implicit restriction to a single database (this is as systemic as things like the DATABASE_* family of settings), and for almost as long support for multiple databases has been requested. This summer, as a part of the Google Summer of Code, multiple database support was implemented, and as a part of the 1.2 process it was merged into trunk. These changes involve a ton of changes to the internals, and a few well placed extensions to the existing public API.
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This post is the second in a series on Django tricks. We started with automating Admin Model creation. Continuing with automation, this post will cover model initialization and installation.
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Asynchronous programming is superior both in memory usage and in overall throughput when compared to synchronous programming . We've known this fact for years. If we look at Django or Ruby on Rails, arguably the two most promising new web application frameworks to emerge in the past few years, both of them are written in such a way that synchronous programming is assumed. Why is it that even in 2010 we're still writing programs that rely on synchronous programming ?
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Lately, I have been trying to enhance the response time of http://zofa.be which is written using django. I have done this mainly for fun, since, with about 30 000 pageviews a year, ZoFa is not precisely of the size of YouTube and can be handled easily by my shared hosting on djangohosting.ch (when they are not DDOSed, but that is another story).
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Django is a web development framework for the Python programing language. It enables rapid development, while favoring pragmatic and clean design. Django was initially developed for use in a newspaper's website division, and as a result the Django framework is very well suited to developing content-centric applications. It's also very flexible in its ability to facilitate many complex content management operations.
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Getting out what RAW SQL Django executes is simple: This works with 1.1:..
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I’ve written a Django app to help people who organise social 5 a side games, (yeah, I know I said it was dead, but I left it up and it started to get a few users, it’s still not a success, but it is being used). It was the first “large” scale Django app I’d attempted and so it’s got a lot of things wrong with it, for starters I didn’t really see where I could split the project up into seperate Django apps, but I understand that a lot better now, so as I add new features I’m also splitting the project out into seperate apps. This blog post covers how I do it, and hopefully you’ll find it usefull.
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Extending my previous post The apps that power Django-Mingus, the best way to discuss what has changed in Mingus is to discuss the new apps. Well, wait just one second Ok, maybe the best way to begin is to quickly discuss a few higher level updates. The first, and one I'm very proud of, is that Mingus was recently added to Transifix and now has both Spanish and French translations included thus far.
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