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Pro Django

Pro Django Django is the leading Python web application development framework Learn how to leverage the Django web framework to its full potential in this advanced tutorial and reference Endorsed by Django Pro

  • Title: Pro Django
  • Author: Marty Alchin
  • ISBN: 9781430210474
  • Page: 375
  • Format: Paperback
  • Django is the leading Python web application development framework Learn how to leverage the Django web framework to its full potential in this advanced tutorial and reference Endorsed by Django, Pro Django or less picks up where The Definitive Guide to Django left off and examines in greater detail the unusual and complex problems that Python web application develoDjango is the leading Python web application development framework Learn how to leverage the Django web framework to its full potential in this advanced tutorial and reference Endorsed by Django, Pro Django or less picks up where The Definitive Guide to Django left off and examines in greater detail the unusual and complex problems that Python web application developers can face and how to solve them.Provides in depth information about advanced tools and techniques available in every Django installation Runs the gamut from the theory of Django s internal operations to actual code that solves real world problems for high volume environments Goes above and beyond other books, leaving the basics behind Shows how Django can do things even its core developers never dreamed possible

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    1 thought on “Pro Django

    1. Found the longest function name: can_combine_inserts_with_and_without_auto_increment_pk. Book is for Django 1.5, but core things are intact, good book.

    2. It is a good book on becoming familiar with and some design patterns. However, I found the code examples not related to each other and it wasn't the best experience learning separated things instead of building something over chapters.

    3. Structure is bad. Writing style is awful and annoying. Content is mostly good. This book should be thicker, to cover more important topics, and better structured. Right now it looks like reference extracts with random not linked examples of different, not always complex or insightful, tricks.

    4. This book is amazing if you really want to learn the insides of Django to make your life easier as a web developer. I write much less code in all of my web projects after reading this book.

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