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Signals in Django

Introduction

This tutorial deals with implementing event driven, decoupled logic building in Django. This kind of logic building is especially helpful where a certain function or block of code has to be run at every occurrence of a particular event. In other words, Signals help us in triggering a function or block of code to be executed when a event (or signal) is raised.

Scheduling Tasks in Django

Introduction

This tutorial explains how to deal with scheduled jobs in django websites. Scheduled jobs are jobs that are to be run automatically without any human intervention at set intervals or set time. A popular use case of scheduled jobs could be for cacheing data, that more or less remains unchaged for a period of time.

Angular-Datatables with Django rest-framework (Part 2) - Django



Who is this tutorial for?

AngularJS is the hottest client-side technology out there. Its cool nifty features coupled with a plethora of pre-built libraries is the reason why. The same goes for Django as a backend and hence more than often we find websites with AngularJS backed with Django.

Angular-Datatables with Django rest-framework (Part 1) - AngularJS



Who is this tutorial for?

AngularJS is the hottest client-side technology out there. Its cool nifty features coupled with a plethora of pre-built libraries is the reason why. The same goes for Django as a backend and hence more than often we find AngularJS websites backed with Django as the backend.

Ordering by relational field without duplicates

Many of the developers might have faced the problem of duplicate results in the queryset when we order by the relational fields. I would I like to explain that using a simple example.

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