Two Scoops of Django : Best Practices for Django 1.6
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Two Scoops of Django : Best Practices for Django 1.6  (English, Paperback, Audrey Roy, Daniel Greenfeld)

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Highlights
  • Language: English
  • Binding: Paperback
  • Publisher: Two Scoops Press
  • ISBN: 9780981467313, 0981467318
  • Edition: 1st, 2014
  • Pages: 446
Description

Two Scoops of Django is the definitive book on the Django web API written by pioneering programmers.

Summary of the Book

Django is changing the world. The Python based web application development framework. In this book, two of the contributing programmers to the framework teach readers how they can incorporate Django based frameworks to create complex, database-driven websites. They take readers from the basics of the Django Environment Setup and show how to set up your own Django project. The updated editon covers the latest developments of Django 1.6, showing how to use third party packages, how to deploy Django projects and finally how to continuously integrate Django into your website, maintaining excellently organized code.

About the Authors

Daniel Greenfield and Audrey Roy are American programmers, best known for their contribution towards Cookiecutter, DjangoPackages, Cookiecutter-pypackage, Cookiecutter-Django and Py-Ladies.

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Book Details
Publication Year
  • 2014 February
Book Type
  • Non Fiction Book
Table of Contents
  • • Chapter 1 : Coding Conventions
    • Chapter 2 : The Optimal Django Environment Set-up
    • Chapter 3 : How to Lay Out Django Projects
    • Chapter 4 : Fundamentals of Django App Design
    • Chapter 5 : Settings and Requirements Files
    • Chapter 6 : Database / Model Best Practices
    • Chapter 7 : Function-and Class - Based Views
    • Chapter 8 : Best Practices for Function - Based Views
    • Chapter 9 : Best Practices for Class - Based Views
    • Chapter 10 : Common Patterns for Forms
    • Chapter 11 : More Things to Know about Forms
    • Chapter 12 : Templates: Best Practices
    • Chapter 13 : Template Tags and Filters
    • Chapter 14 : Building REST APIs
    • Chapter 15 : Consuming REST APIs in Templates
    • Chapter 16 : Tradeoffs of Replacing Core Components
    • Chapter 17 : Working with the Django Admin
    • Chapter 18 : Dealing with the User Model
    • Chapter 19 : Django's Secret Sauce: Third - Party Packages
    • Chapter 20 : Testing Chapter of Doom!
    • Chapter 21 : Documentation: Be Obsessed
    • Chapter 22 : Finding and Reducing Bottlenecks
    • Chapter 23 : Security Best Practices
    • Chapter 24 : Logging: Tips and Tools
    • Chapter 25 : Signals: Use Cases and Avoidance Techniques
    • Chapter 26 : What about Those Random Utilities?
    • Chapter 27 : Deployment: Platforms as a Service
    • Chapter 28 : Deploying Django Projects
    • Chapter 29 : Identical Environments: The Holy Grail
    • Chapter 30 : Continuous Integration
    • Chapter 31 : Where and How to Ask Django Questions
    • Chapter 32 : Closing Thoughts

    • Appendix A : Packages Mentioned in This Book
    • Appendix B : Troubleshooting
    • Appendix C : Additional Resources
    • Appendix D : Internationalization and Localization
    • Appendix E : Settings Alternatives
    • Appendix F : Working with Python 3

Contributors
Authored By
  • Audrey Roy, Daniel Greenfeld
Dimensions
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  • 1855 g
Ratings & Reviews
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5

Real World development advise is hard to come by. But this book.

Often in software development, while a few things are taught, a lot of things come from experience. - What folder structure to use, what libraries to use, what is hype and what is real.

Danny and Audrey put in their hearts into this book and it shows. It includes everything you should know to use Django effectively, all best practices (which are clearly applicable well beyond Django), all the new and recent developments are included.

This is one of the best things to happen to Django. Go bu...
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Lakshman Prasad

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5

Great book.

This is a great book that covers best practices for Django. It also has a list of recommended third party apps.

The only problem I find is that the physical length and breadth book is too large. Wish it were smaller so that I could carry it around easily.
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Prasanth

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Great book

Its the best for Django...if you already know Django basics. Offcourse, YMMV if you are using other Django versions.
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Sachin Agarwal

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