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Documenting your Django REST APIs

One of the major benefits of writing APIs for your services is not just that you can containerise it and follow a micro-services architecture, but also that you can let others do some of the handwork and write clients of their for your masterpiece of server functionality. 593 more words


Calvin Candie

“Gentlemen, you had my curiosity. Now you have my attention. ”

When your Oscar is 4 years late.

Leonardo DiCaprio, as Calvin Candie, Django Unchained.


Manually testing the RESTful API

Of course, the correct answer to the question on how to test a RESTful API in Django is Unit Testing. Why are you even asking? But there are times when I like to play with the API by manually firing different structures and commands at it and seeing the responses for myself. 1,059 more words


Summary: Modifying an existing Django app for Stackato Database

For details of the process see the verbose article Utilising a Stackato DB from a Django App.


web: unicorn <app_name>.wsgi -b$PORT… 178 more words

Utilising a Stackato DB from a Django App

These are my initial scratchy notes and I will come back and clean this up at some point

I am currently building a Django Rest Framework based app. 1,474 more words



Sandro Forte for Cinetalk.net

The AMS label released an LP version of Luis Bacalov landmark score to Sergio Corbucci’s original Django (1966). Despite the awful cover Art, it is great. 258 more words


How to migrate your existing Django project to Heroku

Recently I had some fun with Heroku, the well known PaaS provider. I had a small personal Django project I use for invoicing that I ran locally with ./manage.py runserver when needed. 687 more words