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How to Document API Requests using Django Rest Swagger

Django Rest Swagger is used to Document your API for eg., Listing all Your project Rest API's in the browser with brief description about the API. In Developing an application, we will write our required API's. To Document these API's we use Django Rest Swagger.


Django webpacker - A compression tool to bundles css, js files

django-webpacker is a django compressor tool which bundles css, js files to a single css, js file with webpack and updates your html files with respective css, js file path with a single management command. It also supports django-storages to load compressed css, js files from AWS S3.


What's great about Django girls to inspire women into programming

Django girls is a non-profit organization, that helps women to learn Django programming language and to inspire them into programming. They are organizing workshops all over the world and they won't charge anything for the participants. Events are organized by volunteers in all cities. They are contributing their knowledge & time and few of volunteers are already working in IT industries.


How to use nested formsets in django

Django Formsets manage the complexity of multiple copies of a form in a view. By using formsets, you can know how many forms were their initially, which ones have been changed, and which ones should be deleted. In this blog post, we'll explain how nested formsets are used in django


How to convert xml content into json using xmltodict

We need to process large amounts of data to get the desired results from XML file. xmltodict will help you to process, give JSON formatted data within a less span of time. In this blog post, we'll explain to you how to use in a django project.


How To Add A Custom Managers In Django

Django Custom Managers - A Manager is the interface through which database query operations are provided to Django models. At least one Manager exists for every model in a Django application. You can use a custom Manager in a particular model by extending the base Manager class and instantiating your custom Manager in your model. There are two reasons you might want to customize a Manager: to add extra Manager methods, and/or to modify the initial QuerySet the Manager returns.


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