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Handling table name collisions in Django

Django creates a table name by joining the app label with the model name. A project can have many apps. If two have the same label, how can both be used in the same database? I'm currently using very ...
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How do I manage a JavaScript library with TFS?

I know that I can share files between Visual Studio projects using linked files and assemblies using project references. Is there a good approach for JavaScripts? I'd rather not use linked files since ...
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Reusable and customizable charting library on top of d3js

I have started building a charting library on top of d3js using javascript's inheritance. My goal is to develop reusable and fully customizable chart components. I read the article: Towards Reusable ...
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How to define dependent function in node js?

I have a nodejs project in which a sample.js include two function function A depends on function B's callback . // smaple.js Both function are included in the same file function B ( ...
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Are Components ideal for packaging and reusing find() requests?

I find myself loading several models over and over again throughout my application. Instead of typing the code to load the model, run a find, would it be reasonable to put that code in a method and ...
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subclass QAbstractTableModel - reuse as much code as possible

in my PyQt application I am heavily using the model/view approach. For every model I create, I do the following: class myModel(QtCore.QAbstractTableModel): def __init__(self, parent = None): ...
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DRY on API specifcations?

When developing a new RESTful application, I generally: Define tests Define routes [ e.g.: RESTful CRUD; namespaced on /api/users ] Define models [ e.g.: "Users" ] Define forms [ e.g.: in ...