Pagination in Django

Pagination in Django Find code here. Django Constructs When implementing pagination in Django, rather than re-inventing the logic required for pagination, you’ll work with the following constructs: Paginator – splits a Django QuerySet or list into chunks of Page objects. Page – holds the actual paginated data along with pagination metadata. Paginator – splits a…

Pagination in Django

Pagination in Django Find code here. Django Constructs When implementing pagination in Django, rather than re-inventing the logic required for pagination, you’ll work with the following constructs: Paginator – splits a Django QuerySet or list into chunks of Page objects. Page – holds the actual paginated data along with pagination metadata. Paginator – splits a…

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Django REST Framework -DRF- and Elasticsearch

Django REST Framework and Elasticsearch Project Setup We’ll be building a simple blog application. Our project will consist of multiple models, which will be serialized and served via Django REST Framework. After integrating Elasticsearch, we’ll create an endpoint that will allow us to look up different authors, categories, and articles. To keep our code clean…

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Django Caching

Deploying Django to AWS ECS with Terraform Create a new project directory along with a new Django project: $ mkdir django-ecs-terraform && cd django-ecs-terraform $ mkdir app && cd app $ python3.10 -m venv env $ source env/bin/activate (env)$ pip install django==3.2.9 (env)$ django-admin startproject hello_django . (env)$ python manage.py migrate (env)$ python manage.py runserver…

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Django Caching

Django Channels Check code here. Django Channels (or just Channels) extends the built-in capabilities of Django allowing Django projects to handle not only HTTP but also protocols that require long-running connections, such as WebSockets, MQTT (IoT), chatbots, radios, and other real-time applications. On top of this, it provides support for a number of Django’s core…

Django Caching

Django Caching Types Check codebase here Django comes with several built-in caching backends, as well as support for a custom backend. The built-in options are: Memcached: Memcached is a memory-based, key-value store for small chunks of data. It supports distributed caching across multiple servers. Database: Here, the cache fragments are stored in a database. A…