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Django News - Issue 7


Announcing the Django Software Foundation Store: Featuring custom t-shirts, prints, and more

The Django Software Foundation, the non-profit behind Django, has launched an official merchandise store. All proceeds benefit Django.

Have you checked out the Django Forum?

The Django Forum is a place for discussing the Django framework and applications and projects that use it. The goal of the forum is to be a useful addition for lower-impact, more real-time discussion than Django's mailing lists.

Amazon Lightsail expands selection of instance blueprints

Lightsail is Amazon’s VPS service; a “blueprint” is a pre-configured instance. Like a DigitalOcean “droplet”. So this is a pre-configured Django instance.

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Test-Driven Development with Django, Django REST Framework, and Docker

From the popular site, an updated course on how to build, test, and deploy a Django app with Docker, Pytest, and Django REST Framework!


Feature Checking versus Version Checking - Adam Johnson

An analysis of whether to check for features in a new version of, say, Django, or to explicitly check the version number instead. Well-written and useful.

How to create a Django project from a template

A Django project template is the natural solution when the default Django project format is not enough anymore. Learn how to make your own in this tutorial.

Vue or React: How to Choose?

An in-depth review of how the two most popular JS frameworks interact with Django back-ends.


DjangoCon Europe 2019

A playlist of all talks from 2019.


Django Chat Podcast - Ep47 Security Releases

The Django security team recently rushed out a fix in two days time, start to finish. A discussion of the normal security cadence and why staying on the latest Django release is so important.


djk2/django-admin-shell: Django/Python shell for django admin site.

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