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Re: For Django Developer by saheedniyi22(m): 11:11pm On Aug 13
Donpre:

Haven't published my code to GitHub since my PC crashed.

I didn't even think to try.

I'll try it later tonight, and see if it works
Thanks, I would be expecting your reply on how it went.
Re: For Django Developer by Donpre(m): 9:20am On Aug 14
saheedniyi22:

Thanks, I would be expecting your reply on how it went.

So I got it to work, however with termux not with pydroid3 terminal.

The steps are:

Install termux

run the following commands
$ apt update
$ apt upgrade
$ pkg install git
$ git clone <repository address >

$ termux-setup-storage

$ cd /storage/emulated/0 to navigate to local directory. From there, navigate to your folder and execute git commands like you would on PC.

I followed the directions on this website to upload my existing project to git since I couldn't remember my git commands
https://www.softwarelab.it/2018/10/12/adding-an-existing-project-to-github-using-the-command-line/

Everything works!

Alternatively,
I realized Spck editor has a great GitHub integration, like vs code level integration. Everything works with the click of a button. You can clone an existing repo, push, commit, add remote... just by adding your GitHub login details.

Whichever you choose, they should both work fine.
Re: For Django Developer by saheedniyi22(m): 9:27am On Aug 14
Donpre:


So I got it to work, however with termux not with pydroid3 terminal.

The steps are:

Install termux

run the following commands
$ apt update
$ apt upgrade
$ pkg install git
$ git clone <repository address >

$ termux-setup-storage

$ cd /storage/emulated/0 to navigate to local directory. From there, navigate to your folder and execute git commands like you would on PC.

I followed the directions on this website to upload my existing project to git since I couldn't remember my git commands
https://www.softwarelab.it/2018/10/12/adding-an-existing-project-to-github-using-the-command-line/

Everything works!

Alternatively,
I realized Spck editor has a great GitHub integration, like vs code level integration. Everything works with the click of a button. You can clone an existing repo, push, commit, add remote... just by adding your GitHub login details.

Whichever you choose, they should both work fine.

Thanks a million.

I would try that too.

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Re: For Django Developer by Ajibel(m): 9:50am On Aug 14
Nice thread. At least this one isn't saying y'all should go join a WhatsApp or Telegram group BS

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Re: For Django Developer by BoleAndFish: 12:16pm On Aug 19
Good day guys. Pls I need suggestions on good videos or book on django to download.

Please, help.
Re: For Django Developer by Donpre(m): 1:26pm On Aug 19
BoleAndFish:
Good day guys. Pls I need suggestions on good videos or book on django to download.

Please, help.
PDFs:
Django for beginners
Django 3 by example
Re: For Django Developer by saheedniyi22(m): 2:32pm On Aug 19
BoleAndFish:
Good day guys. Pls I need suggestions on good videos or book on django to download.

Please, help.

https://drive.google.com/drive/mobile/folders/1-CPin8UK2upuMGEzQsivx5irYs3HIuim

Check out this Google drive link it contains two books on django, I think the ones the poster above me mentioned.

The link is not mine though,saw it on a thread here

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Re: For Django Developer by eliash: 3:48pm On Aug 19
Taofeekdboy:

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.
you said my mind
Re: For Django Developer by BoleAndFish: 8:54pm On Aug 20
saheedniyi22:


https://drive.google.com/drive/mobile/folders/1-CPin8UK2upuMGEzQsivx5irYs3HIuim

Check out this Google drive link it contains two books on django, I think the ones the poster above me mentioned.

The link is not mine though,saw it on a thread here
Donpre:

PDFs:
Django for beginners
Django 3 by example
Thanks guys. I appreciate.
Re: For Django Developer by saheedniyi22(m): 9:02am On Aug 21
Donpre:


So I got it to work, however with termux not with pydroid3 terminal.

The steps are:

Install termux

run the following commands
$ apt update
$ apt upgrade
$ pkg install git
$ git clone <repository address >

$ termux-setup-storage

$ cd /storage/emulated/0 to navigate to local directory. From there, navigate to your folder and execute git commands like you would on PC.

I followed the directions on this website to upload my existing project to git since I couldn't remember my git commands
https://www.softwarelab.it/2018/10/12/adding-an-existing-project-to-github-using-the-command-line/

Everything works!

Alternatively,
I realized Spck editor has a great GitHub integration, like vs code level integration. Everything works with the click of a button. You can clone an existing repo, push, commit, add remote... just by adding your GitHub login details.

Whichever you choose, they should both work fine.


Thanks for this.


Do you know how I can save my environmental variable like email, password and secret key��?
Re: For Django Developer by Donpre(m): 10:21am On Aug 21
saheedniyi22:



Thanks for this.


Do you know how I can save my environmental variable like email, password and secret key��?

I'm still learning so I've never had to do that.

Try it and see or Google search, a lot of people use termux
Re: For Django Developer by saheedniyi22(m): 10:44am On Aug 21
Donpre:


I'm still learning so I've never had to do that.

Try it and see or Google search, a lot of people use termux

Thanks.
Re: For Django Developer by Donpre(m): 10:47am On Aug 21
saheedniyi22:


Thanks.
If you do get it to work, kinda share so myself and others can reference it in the future
Re: For Django Developer by saheedniyi22(m): 10:49am On Aug 21
Donpre:

If you do get it to work, kinda share so myself and others can reference it in the future
Sure
Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 3:16pm On Oct 11
After a long time working, I looked at how Django and React can work together in creating real time application, Django channels would have been a better option but as I am too busy at work and its tediousness is second to none, I opted for pusher and it is easy to setup and work with.
Tech used are Django, React, HTML, CSS and fontawesome
You can checkout the github page if you wanna clone: https://github.com/taosand1991/Django_Chat
or checkout the link: https://legacychat.herokuapp.com/

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Re: For Django Developer by pixey(m): 3:34pm On Oct 11
Taofeekdboy:
After a long time working, I looked at how Django and React can work together in creating real time application, Django channels would have been a better option but as I am too busy at work and its tediousness is second to none, I opted for pusher and it is easy to setup and work with.
Tech used are Django, React, HTML, CSS and fontawesome
You can checkout the github page if you wanna clone: https://github.com/taosand1991/Django_Chat
or checkout the link: https://legacychat.herokuapp.com/
You have really gone far.Mine level is to create simple CRUD apps like blogs etc.Integrating react and django is like shockwave man! Security and speed impact.
Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 3:53pm On Oct 11
pixey:
You have really gone far.Mine level is to create simple CRUD apps like blogs etc.Integrating react and django is like shockwave man! Security and speed impact.
yes bro, practice makes perfection, yes I really like the combination of React and Django... Most importantly, it's security. You will get there bro, just keep on practicing!!!!
Re: For Django Developer by Donpre(m): 4:19pm On Oct 11
Taofeekdboy:
After a long time working, I looked at how Django and React can work together in creating real time application, Django channels would have been a better option but as I am too busy at work and its tediousness is second to none, I opted for pusher and it is easy to setup and work with.
Tech used are Django, React, HTML, CSS and fontawesome
You can checkout the github page if you wanna clone: https://github.com/taosand1991/Django_Chat
or checkout the link: https://legacychat.herokuapp.com/
Nice!

Thought you moved on to express and node
Re: For Django Developer by Donpre(m): 4:27pm On Oct 11
pixey:
You have really gone far.Mine level is to create simple CRUD apps like blogs etc.Integrating react and django is like shockwave man! Security and speed impact.
Integrating Django and React isn't that hard. Django Rest Framework is beautiful and very easy to use.

I'm currently building a Django - Flutter app and it works beautifully

Except for the security part which I still don't know what to secure againstgrin

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Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 4:30pm On Oct 11
Donpre:

Nice!

Thought you moved on to express and node
No, I just added MERN stack to my skills... One way no enter road, it is good to try new things.. If you are solid with Javascript, then express is easy to pick up and moreso, if you are good with data structures and algorithms, then you are on the track of making beautiful apps.
Re: For Django Developer by pixey(m): 4:33pm On Oct 11
Donpre:

Integrating Django and React isn't that hard. Django Rest Framework is beautiful and very easy to use.

I'm currently building a Django - Flutter app and it works beautifully

Except for the security part which I still don't know what to secure againstgrin
Definitely Django rest framework is my next target.If its that simple I believe you.
Re: For Django Developer by Donpre(m): 4:34pm On Oct 11
Taofeekdboy:

No, I just added MERN stack to my skills... One way no enter road, it is good to try new things.. If you are solid with Javascript, then express is easy to pick up and moreso, if you are good with data structures and algorithms, then you are on the track of making beautiful apps.
Tried express and it felt so different from how things work in django. Still not getting why express is more popular than django, aside its asynchronous nature, express na just stress plus javascript too is one weird language.

What do you mean by "one way no enter road", i thought express had more jobs opportunities
Re: For Django Developer by Donpre(m): 5:17pm On Oct 11
pixey:
Definitely Django rest framework is my next target.If its that simple I believe you.
You might want to brush up on your CBVs though. FBVs are not so popular with DRF
Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 5:20pm On Oct 11
Donpre:

Tried express and it felt so different from how things work in django. Still not getting why express is more popular than django, aside its asynchronous nature, express na just stress plus javascript too is one weird language.

What do you mean by "one way no enter road", i thought express had more jobs opportunities
Django is now asynchronous in the new release 3.1.4. I fell in love with express the first time i used it, it is easy to setup and use. What I meant by that is you need to know more than one stack to get more job opportunities.
Re: For Django Developer by Donpre(m): 5:48pm On Oct 11
Taofeekdboy:
Django is now asynchronous in the new release 3.1.4. I fell in love with express the first time i used it, it is easy to setup and use. What I meant by that is you need to know more than one stack to get more job opportunities.
Yeah i frequent the docs, read up on the new async decorators and views but didn't find an application for it till i used express.

Wow! maybe i'm learning express the wrong way. What resource did you use?

Also which has brought in more $$$, between express, django and react? I need to streamline my roadmap
Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 6:34pm On Oct 11
Donpre:

Yeah i frequent the docs, read up on the new async decorators and views but didn't find an application for it till i used express.

Wow! maybe i'm learning express the wrong way. What resource did you use?

Also which has brought in more $$$, between express, django and react? I need to streamline my roadmap
Express and flask has something in common, their easy setup.
I used the docs and StackOverflow. I will try the new asynchronous feature with Django, try express, it is really interesting and you do things by yourself unlike Django where things have been written for you, only little customization.
Re: For Django Developer by codeigniter(m): 11:11pm On Oct 11
Taofeekdboy:

Express and flask has something in common, their easy setup.
I used the docs and StackOverflow. I will try the new asynchronous feature with Django, try express, it is really interesting and you do things by yourself unlike Django where things have been written for you, only little customization.

you can use Django channels for Django async. flask is similar to express but instead of callbacks it uses wrappers

how was your nodejs and expressjs experience
Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 5:15am On Oct 12
codeigniter:


you can use Django channels for Django async. flask is similar to express but instead of callbacks it uses wrappers

how was your nodejs and expressjs experience
It was a nice experience, you have the full control over your application, you can customize it the way you want. I suggest you look deep into expressjs.
Re: For Django Developer by pixey(m): 7:53am On Oct 12
Donpre:

You might want to brush up on your CBVs though. FBVs are not so popular with DRF
Class based views is my favorite actually.Function based views is very messy especially when doing create and update views.It would be easier then.My only issue is user authentications.
Re: For Django Developer by Donpre(m): 9:07am On Oct 12
pixey:

Class based views is my favorite actually.Function based views is very messy especially when doing create and update views.It would be easier then.My only issue is user authentications.
You're one of the few. I started with FBVs so it feels more natural.
I'm warming up to class based views though as FBVs in DRF na stress

What problems do you have with user authentication?
Re: For Django Developer by Taofeekdboy(m): 12:27pm On Oct 12
Donpre:

You're one of the few. I started with FBVs so it feels more natural.
I'm warming up to class based views though as FBVs in DRF na stress

What problems do you have with user authentication?
I only used CBV in drf when writing serializers and simple blogs views or sort. Recently e-commerce I developed for a client, the views was written in FBVs as I am more comfortable with FBVs, tho CBV gives you the leverage to write less code but I am more comfortable writing FBV unless I am writing a module.
Re: For Django Developer by teamoneline: 5:48pm On Oct 14
https://quizoo-app.herokuapp.com/

django app. a quiz maker app. not the best of functionalities or designs but built to demonstrate CRUD.
tech: django, jquery cry cry , bootstrap cry cry cry (my ogas at the top are bending the DOM with reactjs me i dey here dey use jquery. cry cry )

up next e-commerce..

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