I love Django, not just because it on top of Python, but more because it keeps its philosophy: All Zen of Python is respected with batteries included. The Ponies' framework has basically most tools and mechanisms a WebDev would want to have as such authentication, ORM multi-DB or template engine. But where Django becomes definitively ...
50 tips to maintain a Django reusable app
Published Jan. 2, 2018 in Deployment, Development, Tests and quality, Documentation, Web - Last update on Jan. 2, 2018.
Dynamic documentation of Django commands
Published Aug. 7, 2016 in Development, Documentation, Web - Last update on Aug. 7, 2016.
I'm updating Django-DBBackup's documentation and don't want to copy/paste piece of code in docs, especialy commands' usages text. Fortunately optparse and argparse have the helpful parser.print_usage() method. Unfortunately there's no Sphinx plugin to simply get these outputs and include in docs. It's time to get on the job.
Photo section is officialy here
Published July 24, 2016 in Development, Photography, Web - Last update on July 24, 2016.
It's been several months now I release Flickr-Pony and implement a photo gallery on my website. I choosed Unite Gallery for displaying my photos, a nice JS library for create a wall of pics (or slider, or other). I firstly implement it fastly and all works perfectly, but, as usual, some improvements could be ...
According robots my website rocks
Published May 11, 2016 in Development, Web - Last update on May 11, 2016.
In the past week, I received a lot of positive comments on my blog, more than 1000 in 5 days. Naturally they explain what I see in mirror every morning, for example:
Have you ever thought about creating an e-book or guest authoring on other websites?
I have a blog centered on the same ideas ...
Favicon with Django on iPhone, Android, Desktop, Windows and all the family
Published April 28, 2016 in Development, Web - Last update on April 28, 2016.
Every web developer has already play with favicon.ico, the simple tag for add an icon on browser tabs or starred page. For noobies it's:
<link rel="icon" href="/favicon.ico">
But nowadays with all the existing client platforms just this tag isn't sufficient. There are Apple devices, Android, Windows (huch) for ...
Django do analytics
Published April 17, 2016 in Development, Web - Last update on April 17, 2016.
There are now few months I want to install A Piwik and see who's coming in my website. My blog isn't a wordpress one and I always have the same problem: I do not want to install PHP on my webserver. I had Piwik in head because I want to self-host my analytic ...
Flickr as Django Storage
Published April 1, 2016 in Cloud, Development, Web - Last update on April 8, 2016.
As explained in previous article, I decided to store my photos on Flickr. It isn't written on the paper but's it's a quite cheap cloud solution. And like all object storage, it has a public HTTP API for automate actions. Open source communities purpose a lot of client implementation in many languages ...
Make programmatically my resume
Published Dec. 3, 2015 in Development, Web - Last update on Dec. 3, 2015.
I'm looking for a new job, so I need to update my resume again. As a Django Dev I should store and display these data in my blog's about page. Because I'm a geek, I chose to write a Django third application for this usage and integrate it in my blog project. Obviously this app is free on GitHub: ZuluPro/django-cv.
For those who don't want to read too much (they are a lot) the result is here: django-cv-demo.herokuapp.com/1/
Django is 10 years
Published Oct. 27, 2015 in Development, Web - Last update on Oct. 27, 2015.
The framework is a bit old and has already crossed a little piece of the IT's history. Let's follow the resume of Django's life, its well known third applications, links with Python and related events:
Jerome Debray's tools
Published July 7, 2015 in Development, Web - Last update on July 8, 2015.
One tool I use a long time ago is CSS mutli-column generator by Jerome Debray. This tools helps me to make a correct CSS for create
<li> in sereral columns. Simple example:
- Column 1 - Row 1
- Column 1 - Row 2
- Column 2 - Row 1
- Column 2 - Row 2
-moz-column-count:2; -webkit-column-count:2; -o-column-count ...