As 2019 comes to a close, we'd like to wish everyone a wonderful holiday season and a happy new year!
Thanks, Jeff and William
PS: We are excited about 2020 and have big plans.
On January 1, 2020, Python 2.7.18 will enter "code freeze" and will officially be released in April 2020 per PEP 373. This will be the last official version of Python 2.7.
Channels 2.4 brings compatibility with Django 3.0s new async features. Please note: support was dropped for all Django versions before 2.2, which is the current LTS.
An advanced-beginner course on Django.
A comparison of the two most popular Python-based web frameworks.
Have you ever wanted to create your own chat bot with Django and Telegram? Learn how with this guide.
An interview with Dan Bader who runs RealPython.com, a Django site with 4 million+ page views a month hosted on Heroku for ~ $700 USD / month.
Is premature optimization the root of all evil? We discuss! And also cover both common and uncommon techniques for improving performance in a Django application.
Djongo promises to be the only Django database connector that works with MongoDB without changing the Django ORM.