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2018 Posts

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    The English Channel from above
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    Django REST Framework & Channels

    We’ve begun exploring some patterns for how to add WebSocket push notifications to what is otherwise a RESTful API. This means, for us, using Django REST Framework and Django Channels in concert.

2017

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    Old photograph of operators
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    Django, Background Processes, and Keeping Users in the Loop

    When you have out-of-band processing in a web app, how do you let users know that the status of a task has changed? Depending on your front-end client, there are a few different approaches you might take.

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    Three Names to Include in Your User Model

    (None of them is the username)

    The term “username” is ambiguous. When designing a user model there are several kinds of names that are useful to include.

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    Celery stalk resembling a human shape
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    Serializing Things for Celery

    Transmitting objects between web processes and worker processes is a requirement of many modern web apps. Given that the safest way to do so is to use a serialization format that only includes primitive data types, how can we send custom objects around?

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    Server-Side Rendering For Client-Side Apps

    We want the convenience of a client-side single-page application using our MV* framework of choice, but don’t want to sacrifice the SEO and UX benefits of rendering the initial markup on the server. And while we’re not here to trash on Node.js, we’re also not ready to commit to an…

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2016

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    Marionette puppet visits a spa
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    A Visit to the RESTful SPA

    You can’t always get away with a single-page app; sometimes you need server-side rendering. When you need both, here’s one approach.

2014

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    SQLAlchemy
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    PostgreSQL Transactions and SQLAlchemy

    SQLAlchemy defaults to implicitly opening a new transaction on your first database query. If you prefer to start your transactions explicitly instead, I’ve documented here my explorations in getting that to work.

2012

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