World, meet django-flatblocks 0.1.0

A couple of months ago I found out about Clint Ecker’s excellent django app django-chunks, which basically does one thing and that very well: It takes the idea of a django.contrib.flatpages and uses it for small chunks or blocks on a page, like a help section a small “about” part you want to have on every page, yet still keep it editable.

Django 2.0

Source article: Django 2.0 So apparently some folks doing business as “Vyper Logix Corp” are peddling a thing they call “Django 2.0”. I’m not going to link it here since they don’t deserve the Google bump, but if you’re interested you can follow the link in Jannis’ tweet where he mentioned it. In fact, with […]

Django 2.0

Source article: Django 2.0 So apparently some folks doing business as “Vyper Logix Corp” are peddling a thing they call “Django 2.0”. I’m not going to link it here since they don’t deserve the Google bump, but if you’re interested you can follow the link in Jannis’ tweet where he mentioned it. In fact, with […]

Django 2.0

Source article: Django 2.0 So apparently some folks doing business as “Vyper Logix Corp” are peddling a thing they call “Django 2.0”. I’m not going to link it here since they don’t deserve the Google bump, but if you’re interested you can follow the link in Jannis’ tweet where he mentioned it. In fact, with […]

Second editions galore

Source article: Second editions galore Adrian announced today that he’s working on revising The Definitive Guide to Django to produce a second edition that covers Django 1.0, which is awesome news for anyone who’s used the book as a guide to learning Django. In the same vein, I’d like to announce something that’s been unofficially mentioned […]

Second editions galore

Source article: Second editions galore Adrian announced today that he’s working on revising The Definitive Guide to Django to produce a second edition that covers Django 1.0, which is awesome news for anyone who’s used the book as a guide to learning Django. In the same vein, I’d like to announce something that’s been unofficially mentioned […]

Second editions galore

Source article: Second editions galore Adrian announced today that he’s working on revising The Definitive Guide to Django to produce a second edition that covers Django 1.0, which is awesome news for anyone who’s used the book as a guide to learning Django. In the same vein, I’d like to announce something that’s been unofficially mentioned […]