Build a sequence that is reset everyday

Posted on 2021-04-08 in Programmation • Tagged with Django, Python, PostgreSQL

How to create a database sequence that will be reset everyday? That is a sequence that will get one the first time of each day? It sounds easy but it's not that much.

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This article will focus on PostgreSQL since it's the database I use. A similar solution may …


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Deploy a React app in kuberentes

Posted on 2021-04-01 in Trucs et astuces • Tagged with devops, k8s, kubernetes, Django, Python

I recently deployed a React app in kubernetes. It was initially deployed directly in a public bucket: I have an API that is already hosted on kubernetes, but the app itself is made only of static files, so it made sense. However, requirements for my app changed and I required …


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Manage static files for Django when deployed on kubernetes

Posted on 2021-03-31 in Trucs et astuces • Tagged with devops, k8s, kubernetes, Django, Python

This will be a continuation of my article Some tips to deploy Django in kubernetes. In this previous article, I talked about generic tips you should apply to deploy Django into kuberentes. Here, I'll focus on static files.

If you don't already know that, gunicorn (or any other app server …


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Some tips to deploy Django in kubernetes

Posted on 2021-03-29 in Trucs et astuces • Tagged with devops, k8s, kubernetes, Django, Python

I am not going to go into details in this article about how you can deploy Django in kubernetes. I am just going to highlight the main points you should pay attention to when deploying a Django app. I expect you to have prior knowledge about how to deploy an …


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Use a dedicated user to run your database migrations on PostgreSQL

Posted on 2021-03-10 in Blog • Tagged with Django, PostgreSQL

I'll detail here how to use one user to apply your migrations and one to run you site. This method can be applied to any framework and environment as long as your database is PostgreSQL. It's of course possible to do with other databases, but the SQL syntax to achieve …


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Should you build a SPA?

Posted on 2020-06-15 in Programmation • Tagged with JavaScript, Web, Django

This article is an update to a previous article why you want to build a SPA which I think was laking some nuance and precision. Reading this article is not required to read this one. I'm writing this update because SPAs are very popular and I recently though more about …


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PWAs and Django

Posted on 2020-02-29 in Programmation • Tagged with Python, Django, PWA, JavaScript

In this article, I'll guide you to create a PWA with the Django framework. All the code for this project is available under my gitlab account. You will find in each sections links to the relevant commits to help you follow. If something is not clear or if you have …


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Why you probably want to make a SPA

Posted on 2020-01-12 in Programmation • Tagged with JavaScript, Web, Django

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I created an updated version of this article in should you build a SPA which provides a more complete and balanced view on this subject. Please read it instead of this current article.

I am currently working professionally on a website that is not a SPA. I'd like to …


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Some tips for django

Posted on 2018-05-21 in Trucs et astuces • Tagged with Python, Web, Django


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Utiliser AngularJS et Django pour faire des requêtes AJAX

Posted on 2014-10-25 in Programmation • Tagged with Django, JavaScript, AJAX, AngularJS

Dans ce petit tuto, je vais vous expliquer comment faire pour poster un formulaire Django via une requête AJAX en utilisant le framework JavaScript AngularJS. Tout d'abord, il faut un peu de préparation. Voici le modèle que nous allons utiliser (les imports ne sont pas précisés et je suppose que …


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