Source article: Django Patterns: View Decorators Problem and Analysis Sites often have many views that operate with a similar set of assumptions. Maybe there are entire areas that the user must be logged-in to visit, or there is some repetitive boilerplate functionality that a group of views shares like being rate-limited. Bolting on “login required” […]
As the first installment in a series on common patterns in Django development, I’d like to discuss the Pluggable Backend pattern. The pattern addresses the common problem of providing extensible support for multiple implementations of a lower-level function, for example caching, database querying, etc.
Source article: Djangocon Talk I just gave a talk title “Large problems, Mostly solved”, which you will recognize if you’ve been reading this blog for a little while. I took my past series of Large problems posts, and expanded on them into a full talk. Read full article at “Eric’s Thoughts”
Source article: New mercurial mirror for Django stable branch 1.2 I have tried for the last few years to use one of the mercurial mirrors on bitbucket.org to follow Django. Since far before Django 1.0 was released, I was following trunk, but I have switched to the stable branch around Django 1.1. I’ve always had […]