Managing Static Files for Your Django Application

Django’s Default Static File Manager In every web application, static files such as css, Javascript and images, give the website a unique look-and-feel and make it stand out of the crowd. For any user, a beautiful, professional looking website is way more attractive than an rough, unpolished one. In a Django application, we manage the […]

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Package Your Python Django Application into a Reusable Component

Save Time by Writing and Using Reusable Python Django Apps It’s not trivial to design, develop and maintain a web application. Lots of features and aspects have to be handled properly in order for a web application to succeed. To name a few, the features that are common to almost every web application are user […]

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How to Use Python Django Forms

Django Form What is a HTML form? What kind of use cases does it have? A webform, web form or HTML form on a web page allows a user to enter data that is sent to a server for processing. Forms can resemble paper or database forms because web users fill out the forms using […]

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Using Python Django’s ModelForm in Your First Django Application

Django’s ModelForm In our previous article, How to Use Python Django Forms, we learned how to create Django form objects and use them inside templates for common tasks such as data validation and HTML generation. In this article, we are going to learn how to use Django’s ModelForm to create forms directly from models. Compared […]

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