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Managing multiple websites with a common database in Django - The 'Sites' Framework

Django provides the sites framework which allows us to associate the data (objects/models) and functionality with a particular website. This is particularly useful if you are managing multiple websites with a single code base (as in a content-management system) or multiple websites that share a common database.

Handling some practical Issues With Django querysets

In this post I would like address some the problems that developers regularly face with Querysets.

Python Lists, Shallow and Deep Copy

In python, as we know copying lists is not same as copying variables of data types like integer. Let us see different situations we come across while copying the lists.

Django Pagination of Data

Pagination is, dividing data into multiple pages each of fixed size. Modern web applications host huge amounts of data and returning all the data at once is not only not user-friendly but it can choke the network.

Web Scraping using Python and BeautifulSoup

In this article, we’ll see how to perform web scraping using Python and the BeautifulSoup library.

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