Frank Wiles

Pro-Tip - "En-Rich" your Python testing

Test output is often an afterthought. You can improve your flow and slightly gamify your bug hunting by combining the wonderful Rich Python library and pytest.

Frank Wiles

Pro-Tip - pytest fixtures are magic!

Fixtures are building blocks for good tests and can increase development speed. The main issue with writing tests is setting up necessary data before the test, but pytest fixtures make it easier by injecting necessary data into your tests.

Frank Wiles

REVSYS is 16 Years Old Today!

Find out the details of our origin story along with examples of some of the more interesting projects we've tackled in our history.

Kojo Idrissa

Pro-Tip - Formatting Gone Wrong

Your code formatter may have reformatted your API key. This could cause many confusing errors.

Frank Wiles

devdata - Improving developer velocity and experience

Developers are the largest expense with software. Improving their productivity doesn't just make sense to the company's bottom line, but it improves morale as they no longer have to wade through a bunch of crap to get started on the job at hand. This data generation technique helps improve your developer experience and testing.

Frank Wiles

Pro-Tip - Breaking up django-ninja views

A simple import trick to make it easy to keep your django-ninja view functions in different Django apps and files.

Kojo Idrissa

Website vs Web App: Hidden Complexities

Most of what are called `websites` today are `web apps`. These are computer applications that use the web as their delivery method and GUI. However, since they look like websites, their complexity and design challenges are often underestimated.

Frank Wiles

Pro-Tip - Nullable DRF FloatFields and Javascript

Sometimes you want your FloatFields to be nullable, but your JS code isn't quite smart enough to handle it.

Frank Wiles

Pro-Tip - Helpful Shell alias to git repo root

I created a simple `r` shell alias that will take me to the root of the current git repository. As this is a common thing I need to do on my Mac BookPro when I've been exploring deep into a code base and now need to run some command at the root.

Lacey Henschel

Pro-Tip - A Tip About DRF Permissions

I needed to structure permissions in an API view that had multiple user roles, and I learned about using the & (and), | (or) and ~ (not) operators with Django REST Framework permissions.

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