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|For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 7:35pm On Apr 24|
I created this thread for Django aspirants, intermediate and experienced Django developers to share knowledge and projects that you have or been working on.
I have worked and been working on a lot of projects such as sport app, loan calculator, and employee management.
The one I just finished is just a social media clone project and it took a bit of my time.
The website is down below:
If you are interested, you can Check and leave your comments as well.
So let's share ideas and knowledge.....
Two groups of teacher and student, a teacher can set questions for students to answer and also a teacher can prepare assignment for each student, getting the scores of each student and receiving their assignments. I am thinking of more functions to add to it tho
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|Re: For Django Developer by yuno01(m): 8:05pm On Apr 24|
I love your work..I am planning on achieving such with python and django soon
This will inspire me to keep striving
|Re: For Django Developer by clarknull(m): 8:11pm On Apr 24|
|Re: For Django Developer by yuno01(m): 8:15pm On Apr 24|
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 8:25pm On Apr 24|
yuno01:Thank you bro. Yes, you can do it, if you need any assistance on that, I'm available.
|Re: For Django Developer by peterangelo(m): 9:17pm On Apr 24|
I hate anything framework
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 9:27pm On Apr 24|
peterangelo:Please, kindly state your reasons for hating it and also what are yoy using to develop maybe we can learn one or two.
|Re: For Django Developer by LSarcastic: 2:23am On Apr 25|
He's probably a PHP guy
|Re: For Django Developer by Collinsanele: 11:21am On Apr 25|
Talking about Django, I have started using it.
I don't just know why, but I prefer using function based views. What's your preference guys
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 11:54am On Apr 25|
Collinsanele:Bro, we are in the same boat, I love writing my views in functions because I will be able to express myself without initiating anything.
All my Django projects was written in function based views, unless I am using DRF, then I write in class based views.
Function based views has been my savior.
|Re: For Django Developer by Collinsanele: 12:18pm On Apr 25|
So it's not only me.
With function based views, I can be in total control and be flexible.
For forms, I prefer using ModelForm if possible.
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 12:32pm On Apr 25|
Collinsanele:Yes. I agree with you.
Mostly forms are inheriting from ModelForm unless you are using a form that does nothing with your model or you just want to simplify things, rather than using forms and later incorporate it to your Model. It might be time consuming tho.
|Re: For Django Developer by Badilstical(m): 12:39pm On Apr 25|
Taofeekdboy:pls i have an issue with image i deployed on herokuapp did you ise pillow or cloudinary for your image management. Pls advice
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 1:06pm On Apr 25|
Badilstical:When deploying to heroku, you have to manage your media files somewhere else, because heroku use dynos and it restarts the dynos everyday and can only serve static files.
You can use different cloud hosting sites but the one I prefer most is AWS.
|Re: For Django Developer by Collinsanele: 1:41pm On Apr 25|
The part in Django that I am still struggling with is user registration, login and logout.
I have noticed most things are based on oop (classes) and inheritance.
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 1:46pm On Apr 25|
Collinsanele:It is not that hard, even I use function based views for my user registration, I just use default django Auth user authentication with my custom settings...
If you need my assistance on that, I will be glad to be of help.
|Re: For Django Developer by kensmoney(m): 2:16pm On Apr 25|
Me too, I love function base view.
I dont like class base though it make u write less code
|Re: For Django Developer by clarknull(m): 5:54pm On Apr 25|
I prefer class based view
I guess I'm just used to classes
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 6:18pm On Apr 25|
clarknull:Some people prefer it to fbv because of writing less code but I find it confusing when i want to implement a lot of functionalities in my projects.
|Re: For Django Developer by clarknull(m): 9:42am On Apr 26|
Maybe it's confusing to you cos you are not used to it
I could show you the little I know if you're interested
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 11:41am On Apr 26|
clarknull:Definitely, we search for more knowledge at every possibilities.
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 9:07pm On Apr 28|
Here comes another project during this lock down.
A combination of React and Django..
It is about a musical app where you stream and add songs via album.
Kindly check it out and leave your comments. Thanks...
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|Re: For Django Developer by Samcent: 9:14am On Apr 29|
Did you build an api for this app?
Also, did you have to pay for the hosting on heroku?
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 9:21am On Apr 29|
Samcent:Yes bro, the backend is using Django while the frontend is using React.
On heroku, hosting is free because they will give you their subdomain, that's why .herokuapp is there but you can add your own custom domain from them hosting websites.
Thanks for your comment BTW.
|Re: For Django Developer by Samcent: 11:40am On Apr 29|
Thanks for sharing. I am adding building django web api to my skill set in this lock down.
Apologies if I am asking too many questions.
Is the db mysql?
When hosting on pythonanywhere, as long as your db is postgres, you must part with some money even if you are using their subdomain.
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 12:31pm On Apr 29|
Samcent:I used default django database which is dbsqlite3 and on heroku, there is a free addon database given to you if you wanna host your app which is postgres.
You can use postgres from the start with Django if you wanna host on heroku but hosting your app on heroku comes with a free database which is postgres.
Pythonanywhere uses mysql for their regular users but postgres for paid plans only whereas heroku is not..
Hope this helps....
|Re: For Django Developer by Samcent: 4:29pm On Apr 29|
Taofeekdboy:This info will be very helpful indeed. Wondering why I have been shying away from heroku all this while.
Thanks so very much and keep up with the good work.
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 6:04pm On Apr 29|
Thanks bro. I wish you all the best.
|Re: For Django Developer by Collinsanele: 11:02pm On Apr 29|
|Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 9:34am On Apr 30|
Collinsanele:Thank you brother.
|Re: For Django Developer by Jummate(m): 6:38pm On Apr 30|
Great job bro!
|Re: For Django Developer by Badilstical(m): 6:54pm On Apr 30|
Taofeekdboy:Nice work bro,
Heroku?? How did you host your static files?
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