Noah Alorwu, software developer and co-founder of DjangoCon Africa has been awarded the Python Software Foundation 2020 Q2 Community Service Award.
The Pip team wants your input on a survey to figure out what is most important to you.
DjangoCon Europe kicks off September 18th. Tickets are still available for €29.00 and €79.00 for anyone who wants to support DjangoCon Europe and attend virtually!
From Django co-creator Jacob Kaplan-Moss, a guide to understanding and preventing Denial of Service (DoS) attacks.
Management commands are an extremely useful feature in Django, but can be difficult to test. Adam Johnson demonstrates how to do so.
An overview of back-end vs front-end frameworks and where Django sits in the mix.
Privately stream movies and chat with your friends on WeeVee. Read about WeeVee’s Django tech stack and request access today!
All the videos from PyCon Africa 2020 in a YouTube playlist.
A hands-on workshop session in which we will build a simple deep neural network from scratch using Keras and deploy it into a Django project so that users visiting our website can supply data which our model can make predictions from.
What to focus on when building an app for deployment to any cloud hosting platform, notably security, usability, query optimization, and scalability.
Use Django's ORM to create useful summary tables and a few charts in the admin.
From Code With Stein, a comprehensive tutorial.
We’re back after a few weeks away! We discuss the Django Community Survey results, virtual conferences taking place, upcoming Django Technical Board vote, and more.
NdustryLink is a social hiring platform for the food and beverage industry. It’s built with Django, hosted on Heroku, and took about 9 months of full time development to build as a solo developer.
A look at Django's built-in admin app and how to manage your data within it.
Django Ratelimit provides a decorator to rate-limit views. Limiting can be based on IP address or a field in the request--either a GET or POST variable.
Cache-based rate-limiting for Django.
Management commands to help backup and restore your project database and media files
Django Database Backup
This Django application provides management commands to help backup and restore your project database and media files with various storages such as Amazon S3, Dropbox, local file storage or any Django storage.
It is made for:
- Ensure your backup with GPG signature and encryption
- Archive with compression
- Deal easily with remote archiving
- Great to keep your development database up to date.
- Use Crontab or Celery to setup automated backups.
See our offical documentation at Read The Docs.
Why use DBBackup
This software doesn't reinvent the wheel, in few words it is a pipe between your Django project and your backup storage. It tries to use the traditional dump & restore mechanisms, apply compression and/or encryption and use the storage system you desire.
It gives a simple interface to backup and restore your database or media files.
Backup your database to the specified…
Management commands to help backup and restore your project database and media files.
collection of useful django actions to use with ModelAdmin or AdminSite.
Collection of useful actions to use with django.contrib.admin.ModelAdmin and/or django.contrib.admin.AdminSite
Please see the changelog at http://django-adminactions.readthedocs.org/en/latest/changes.html
- Export as CSV
- Export as Excel
- Export as fixture
- Export delete tree
- Mass update records
- Graph queryset
- Merge records
|Project home page:||https://github.com/saxix/django-adminactions|
Collection of useful django actions to use with ModelAdmin or AdminSite.