I have two different apps in my django project. One is "comment" and an other one is "files". A comment might save some file attached to it. The current way of creating a comment with attachments is ...
Im building small web-service which will provide my users with data through API. Also, some data will be available right on my website. The question is about how to use my own API? Should my website ...
I'm building an API and want to count hits for each user. It's a HTTP API implemented in Python. I could keep the count in a database (using PostGreSQL) but it'll be a very busy API, so I don't want ...
Postel's law: Be conservative in what you do, be liberal in what you accept from others. "Lazy" code (per The Pragmatic Programmer): Be strict in what you will accept before you begin, and ...
Do you know any good example of Python unit testing code for testing an API? Thanks! Update: Found this very interesting question: ...
I am not sure whether it is a personal perspective or just a common feeling. I think in most cases, python's API is much more intuitive than C++ STL library APIs. If it is not a subjective ...
I'm more at the novice end of the software developer spectrum, but nevertheless I've had exposure to quite a few programming languages and frameworks. From all the technologies I've used, I haven't ...