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How can I use Dart with Django? [on hold]

Any idea on how I should use Dart as frontend with a Django backend? Or should I go all in with Dart (both frontend and backend)?
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ajax request not being called from javascript function in django [migrated]

This is a full flow which has to be taken care here. I am coding in Django/Python/Web Development. I have an html page which has got a dummy button which is triggering all the functions that I want ...
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Develop own MVC for Python (User defined custom framework) [on hold]

I have been creating many PHP applications and have also developed many applications based on the custom MVC that I have developed. When I started learning PHP MVC, I learned it from JREAM MVC for ...
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Javascript function should call python logic in django web development without additional triiger

I have been trying to solve this problem for sometime now. This is regarding django web development. I have an HTML page which has a Javascript function to upload an image file from the users local ...
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Outsourcing functionality from Django view to C/C++

I'm developing a Django project that basically boils down to: A user submits a form. The Django view parses the form and compiles a representation of that form which is readable by some other ...
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where exactly should python business logic be placed in django

I have just begun to learn Django/Python/Web Development. This problem has been troubling me for a while now. I am creating an application with multiple templates in Django. I have a views.py which ...
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Add arguments to mysql in Django's “dbshell”

I'd like to add a couple of command-line arguments to my Django's ./manage.py dbshell command, and I can't figure out how. In specific I'd like to add -A to prevent MySQL from scanning every table ...
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Python service oriented application vs. non-service one

I'm looking forward starting a new web application with Python and I have some doubts before starting. My idea is building a web application and later maybe an Android/iOS mobile app. I am considering ...
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Is it ok to start with templates in MVC development?

I'm new to web development and I've started working on a project in my company that uses DJANGO. I feel it flexible to start my development straight first from the templates. I think it will be easier ...
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Rewriting/decoupling important service of the Django website in Erlang

We have application written entirely in Django, which consist of three separate components. Admin, Service for generating invoices + API and UI for users. Problem is, that they are very tightly ...
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Should custom data elements be stored as XML or database entries?

There are a ton of questions like this, but they are mostly very generalized, so I'd like to get some views on my specific usage. General: I'm building a new project on my own in Django. It's focus ...
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Storing primary keys of objects in Redis and then querying them in Postgres through Django

This is probably my second time posting in programmers. I'm usually on stackoverflow but this question is more fit for the community here. All suggestions, advice and insight on this matter is ...
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How do you handle domain logic that spans multiple model objects in an ORM?

So I know that business logic should be placed in the model. But using an ORM it is not as clear where I should place code that handles multiple objects. E.g. let's say we have a Customer model which ...
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Is backing up a MySQL database in Git a good idea?

I am trying to improve the backup situation for my application. I have a Django application and MySQL database. I read an article suggesting backing up the database in Git. On the one hand I like ...
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Storing editable site content?

We have a Django-based website for which we wanted to make some of the content (text, and business logic such as pricing plans) easily editable in-house, and so we decided to store it outside the ...
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Unit Testing: How much more code? [duplicate]

I'm fairly new to unit testing. In school it's always been, "hey it works, onward!" But I've started to write professionally, and even at work that's been basically the mantra. However, I've started ...
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Using Django to Create Child Sites

I am creating a series of small sites, I'm using the django framework. The theory goes a user comes to a master site, signs up, then he gets his own child site. Example: navigate to example.com ...
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How to secure a Django application's source code? [duplicate]

I have developed a Django application for a company. Now I am about to ship it to my customer. After reading through online articles and books, I understood that securing the source code of any web ...
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Decoupling Server and Client using REST API

I was thinking about how I can decouple a web-application completely into a server-side and a client-side component. I want to decouple the app to the extent that I can host both components on ...
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Front-end structure of large scale Django project

Few days ago, I started to work in new company. Before me, all front-end and backend code was written by one man (oh my...). As you know, Django app contains two main directories for front-end: ...
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Django web app with websockets

I want to make a web service using Django, but that also has websocket functionality. Having done a bit of reading, this is the tech stack that I'm looking at: --------------------------------- ...
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How can I convince my client that the task was complex and the time I took is fair?

I am the single programmer working on a website handling both frontend and backend. Recently in my task list I have to provide a social news feed (activities among friends) which should summarize ...
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Extending user registration in Django site that uses both site admin tables and my own module?

I'm writing a Django site that registers a particular type of user and this is done by the resources that come with the framework, the site administration. The issue: I'd like to create a new model ...
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Using a web framework as python GUI

If I built some useful piece of python code to e.g. scrape a website or to calculate something big, at some point I might want to add a GUI to my project. For this I could use Tk, Qt, Pygame or any ...
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Database design/relationship for threading messages

What's the database design or business logic for creating an app for messaging between users? I am having difficulties with choosing how to approach the relationship between each Conversation of User ...
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What could be the Model Layer when consuming Web-Services and no Database in Django?

I'm using Django as an application framework and it only needs to consume web services (no need to have traditional Django Models and the related ORM). In this case, since Django is a variant on the ...
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REST API at backend and MVC Javascript framework at client side

I am building an online social network. I have finished writing RESTful API service using Django. This will return only JSON response (No HTML will be generated from server side) so that this JSON ...
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Merge two different API calls into One

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 ...
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Django REST + Backbone/Ember/Angular Implementation Method

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/10941249/separate-rest-json-api-server-and-client In light of this post, I wanted to ask questions regarding Django and specifically the implementation methods of ...
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Architecture design for a web application that runs SSH connections to remote servers

This is a followup to my question here. I have to make a web GUI for a library that manages remote clusters via SSH. The main point is that this library spawns threads and subprocesses (Popen) ...
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Multiple sites with the same codebase in Python

I am trying to run a large amount of sites which share about 90% of their code. They are simply designed to query an API and return the results. They will have a common userbase / database but will be ...
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Best practices when dealing with lots of empty table columns?

I have a schema that allows for multiple post types in my Django project (kinda like Tumblr). Users can make Posts of different types. One of those types is a photo, which I'll want the EXIF data for. ...
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Web app outgrowing current framework

I have quite a bit of experience with using Django for websites and so when I started a new project I naturally chose to use Django for it. Everything went well for a time but now the application is ...
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Should model / table names be as generic as possible?

When naming a model, should the name be as generic as possible-- even if that won't be the name displayed to users? For example let's imagine a Django model for liking another user's posts. Does it ...
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Do I need a database to implement AJAX functionality for my app?

I am new to the construction and design of a web app so I'd like some advice please (Django is my framework). I'm trying to code up a "how-to" website instructing users the step-by-step process for ...
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How my website should use its own API?

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 ...
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How to create different paths for users to take through the pages in my site?

I have a website where users are directed to go through a sequence of pages to perform a sequence of work tasks (transcribe a paragraph, answer a survey, interact with another user, etc). For short, ...
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One to Many Relationship Django

let say I want my User model to have only one location and my Post model to have many location. How Do I design the model? This is what I have in mind so far. Is this going to work? Do I need to ...
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Python, magic and objects that add attributes to its owner

Let me start with a disclaimer: I'm not the best programmer out there. I do however study I.T. and learnt a bit of Java and C. I'm getting stuck into Python and Django + Mongoengine, I'm not going to ...
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Notify players every x seconds in a multiplayer game

I'm working on a realtime multiplayer game using Django and gevent-socketio, I'm facing some issues: I need to send an update of the game state to connected players every X seconds (~4 seconds), so ...
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How to get a Web Application to communicate between users

I am developing a multipalyer web Application for Anti-Chess. It would be hosted on Google App Engine. I have a few questions: How do I get two different users who have opened the webapp on their ...
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Unit testing in Django

I'm really struggling to write effective unit tests for a large Django project. I have reasonably good test coverage, but I've come to realize that the tests I've been writing are definitely ...
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Does it violate the DRY principle to use an MVC server-side framework and a client-side MVC framework

When using a MVC pattern for server side code (in my case django), the model definition is defined once in the model component. When using a client side MVC based library(in my case backbone) the ...
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How to dynamically add new posts once they are created

I am trying to design an application where users can make posts with Django on the backend. Right now I have to refresh the page with JavaScript every 20 or 30 seconds to check for new posts that ...
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git: having separate folder for development, why?

until now I was using dropbox as my main vcs (it is not, but for a single dev does the job pretty decent). However I decided to give git a go and see if it fits my needs. Today I was reading this ...
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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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Restrict access to backend

This might be one of those "not answerable" or "just opinions"-questions but I thought I'd give it a shot. I'm developing an app with health care information with a friend who's a doctor. The basics ...
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What are your techniques for storing numpy structures in django database fields and how do you serialize them for http?

I want to publish a small web project that is supposed to contain some of my research results to present it to the scientific community. All my analysis I ran so far have been written in python ...
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Where can I find out about basic python usage, cli, editor and testing? [closed]

I'm coming from Ruby / Ruby on Rails to Python. Where can I find or find resources about: The command prompt, what is python's version of 'irb' info and recommendations on editors, plugins and IDE's ...
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Execute code every hour

I need to create a web service that executes every hour. It will be used to review data in a database and add alerts to a table in the same database if certain conditions are met/not met. What we ...