Updated for Django 1.5 for PyCon 2013 where everyone got a nice laminated copy in their swag bags. Older cheatsheets for Django 1.3 and 1.4 are below.
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Django 1.4 cheat sheet
Django 1.3 cheat sheet
Jacob put together this awesome cheat sheet that we handed out in the swag bag at PyCon 2011. Due to its popularity we have now posted it here online. Enjoy!
Need more help with Django? Maybe a book would help...
In case our cheat sheet and the official Django docs aren't enough to help out, here are some good books we recommend on Django. You'll want to read over the descriptions of these as not all of them are appropriate for new beginners.
|Two Scoops of Django: Best Practices For Django 1.6||UPDATED Two Scoops of Django Danny and Audrey have released a new version of Two Scoops updated for Django 1.6.|
|Two Scoops of Django: Best Practices For Django 1.5||Two Scoops of Django is the latest and greatest Django book by Audrey Roy and Danny Greenfeld who have worked often with us on projects and are very active in the Python and Django communities. Packed full of great best practices and tips for Django developers of all skill levels.|
|Practical Django Projects||Practical Django Projects is a great book to learn best practices for keeping your applications clean and reusable.|
|Pro Django||ProDjango is geared toward intermediate users looking to get more power out of their use of Django. Gives you great examples of relatively hard functionality, such as pausing and resuming arbitrary forms, that you can build on in your own work.|
|Django 1.0 Template Development||Have a hard time building your templates the way you wish you could? Django 1.0 Template Development is a loaded with examples of ways to improve your template related work. A definite must for any designers on your staff.|
|Django 1.1 Testing and Debugging||Django 1.1 Testing and Debugging while this book was written specifically for Django 1.1., don't let that scare you. This book is still extrememly useful for improving your testing and debugging skills.|