I have multiple User Types which I represent by user profiles in the form of a model:I need access to the specific user profile on every request. To avoid executing an extra query every time I would like to add directly a select_related to the request.user object.
I want to use a management command to run a one-time analysis of the buildings in Massachusetts. I have reduced the offending code to an 8 line snippet that demonstrates the problem I encounter. The comments just explain why I want to do this at all. I am running the...
We suddenly started getting this issue when compressing django static files on production servers. Ubuntu 16.04, Python 3.x, Django 1.11. I am using an ansible-playbook to deploy.
I have 20 Django simple "foo.html" template files. Do I need 20 TemplateViews and 20 entries in url_patterns or is there a simpler solution?
I'm considering to use django-notifications and Web Sockets to send real-time notifications to iOS/Android and Web apps. So I'll probably use Django Channels.
I'm writing a Python/Django application to do some stock analysis.I have two very simple models that look like this:
I have the following model:client is the name of the client as could have values like facebook, google, and so on.
I'm working on a small project and I have a user profile page.This page has a variable called user. This variable contains the user object of the current profile page. The logged in user object is accessible with request.user
A Django website I maintain currently uses Python 2.7 but I know that I'll have to upgrade it to Python 3 in a couple of months. If I'm writing code right now that has to work in Python 2, is there a Pythonic way to write it such that it...
I have a Django model which looks like this:I want system never to be empty or to contain whitespace.