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Deploying Django project on Elastic Beanstalk

Here You can learn about how to setup and deploy a Django application to Amazon Web Services (AWS).

Tools/technologies used:
Python v2.7
Django v1.7
Amazon Elastic Beanstalk, EC2, and S3


Using CasperJS to scrape website data

CasperJS can be used for Navigation Scipting, Scraping and testing. In this Tutorial we will see how to scrape data from website using CasperJS and PhantomJS 1.9


Django efficient implementation of Amazon s3 and Cloudfront CDN for faster loading.

Django by default to store the files in your local file system. To make your files load quickly and secure we need to go for any third party storage systems. AWS s3 is one of the storage service for the Internet. It is designed to make web-scale computing easier for developers. django has a package called django-storages which can be used to store the files in the amazon s3 and serve them from its cloudfront service.


Integration Of Linkedin API in python django

Using Linkedin integration, we can get the user verified email id, general information, work history in a less span of time, and a user can also share articles.

These Following steps are needed for Linkedin integration:
1. creating LinkedIn app
2. Authenticating user and getting an access token.
3. Get user information, work history using access token.


How to Deploy Django Project into Docker Container.

Docker, has captured the hearts and minds of the Devops community, with its platform for delivering distributed applications in containers. In this Blog Post, Lets look on how to deploy a sample django app into docker container.


Working with python collections part 1

Python Collections - named tuple is to access by the names specified and deque is to append and pop the elements from both sides of queue are explained with real time examples in part 1 of collections series


How to track your issues and projects by using GITLab

Gitlab is a great issue tracker. You can log your project activities like issue status, deadline etc in a git repository. Before that, you need to login to Gitlab and then go to the project where you need to create/manage issues .


Django - migrating from function based views to class based views

The single most significant advantage in Django class-based views is inheritance. On a large project it's likely that we will have lots of similar views. instead of writing the repeated code we can simply have our views inherit from a base view.


Django Testing Automated with Self Hosted Gitlab CI and Docker

It is a bit pricy if you want to host code for collaboration using bitbucket or github on your own VPS or On-Premisis servers. Gitlab in midst of this provides a community edition which is packed with essential features and also free of cost. Both Editions ship with CI integrated in it and also can handle 3rd party CI applications like Jenkins or Bamboo ..etc.,


Django Unit Test cases with Forms and Views

By writing unit test cases, you can evaluate each code component in the initial stage itself and it'll improve your app/code performance. Which is the best practice to test your code and you can easily determine if there are any errors.


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