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.
When working with Wagtail, you might find that you're using Wagtail Page models for some of your database models, but regular Django models for others. In this post, learn how to add your Django models to the Wagtail admin to make managing multiple types of models easier.
On a recent project, we needed to use different serializers for GET vs POST/PUT/PATCH requests to our API. Read on to learn how we used a mixin to accomplish this goal.
ManyToManyFields confuse a lot of people. The way you relate objects to each other is just different enough from dealing with ForeignKeys and just uncommon enough in day-to-day Django development that it's easy to forget all the little tricks for dealing with them.
A very common pattern in a Django Project is to have some kind of 'model-type' relationship, where you have some kind of object that can only belong to one of the types defined in the database.
In this post, you will learn how to create a Celery task inside a Django project in a Docker container. Sounds awesome, right?
Lacey didn't have the opportunity to work with Docker at her last job. In this tidbit she steps you through getting started with Docker for Django developers.
Getting your configuration from the system environment for your Python and/or Django apps is often the best way to provide security and flexibility. envparse makes it easy.