Category: Django

  • How To: Use Bootstrap 4 In Django

    How To: Use Bootstrap 4 In Django

    Django is an extremely capable backend framework. If it doesn’t look good, a functional website isn’t very useful. Users will determine the value of your website based upon it’s aesthetics. As a result, it is critical that the website’s UI and User Experience are excellent in order for you to increase traffic. Django is a…

  • Guide to MVT In Django | Django Project Structure

    Guide to MVT In Django | Django Project Structure

    The MVT (Model-View-Template) architecture is used by Django. MVT is a web application development software design pattern. Their are three parts to the MVT Structure Model: The model is going to be the interface through which data can be obtained for the Django Application. A model is a logical data structure used by Django to represent…

  • 10 Tips To Improve Django Website Performance

    10 Tips To Improve Django Website Performance

    After years of working with Django, I’d like to share some tools and techniques for optimising Django frameworks performance, and identify bottlenecks holding your Django application hostage. So, because performance is a hot topic, let’s talk about how to make Django run quicker and better. Deploy your app using nginx + uWsgi/gunicorn. Use a CDN…

  • Cache Django Website Using Redis

    Cache Django Website Using Redis

    The performance of your application is critical to the success of your product. The repercussions of a slow application can be measured in dollars and cents in an environment where users anticipate website response times of less than a second. Even if you aren’t selling anything, quick page loading improve the visitor experience. Everything that…

  • The Ultimate Django Cheat Sheet

    The Ultimate Django Cheat Sheet

    Django is a high-level Python web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design. Built by experienced developers, it takes care of much of the hassle of web development, so you can focus on writing your app without needing to reinvent the wheel. It’s free and open source. Django’s online documentation is a great source…