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Django forms are a great feature to create usable forms with just few lines of code. But Django doesn’t easily let us edit the form… Read More
Django provides several class based generic views to accomplish common tasks. The simplest among them is TemplateView. It Renders a given template, with the context… Read More
Django offers a variety of built-in template tags such as {% if %} or {% block %}. However, Django also allows you to create your… Read More
Django has become one of popular frameworks over the past few years. Often, after creating your django project, you are confused, how to share it… Read More
When site A wants to access content from another site B, it is called a Cross-Origin request. As it is disabled for security reasons, B… Read More
Building a URL Shortener, Is one of the Best Beginner Project to Hone your Skills. In this article, we have shared the steps to build… Read More
Project Title – Basic Ecommerce Website using Django  Django is a powerful framework based on python. Here we will see how to create a basic… Read More
Website security has been an important factor while developing websites and web applications. Many frameworks come with their own security policies and developers also try… Read More
A blog mostly needs content but that doesn’t mean, your blog will be on top of Google search. For this you will need Speed, Security,… Read More
Often, to manage content efficiently we use WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) editor which stores our content in html and is also… Read More
Whenever one tries to visit a link that doesn’t exist on a website, it gives a 404 Error, that this page is not found. Similarly,… Read More
This article is in continuation of Blog CMS Project in Django. Check this out here – Building Blog CMS (Content Management System) with Django RSS… Read More
Multi factor authentication is one of the most basic principle when adding security for our applications. In this tutorial, we will be adding multi factor… Read More
The related_name attribute specifies the name of the reverse relation from the User model back to your model. If you don’t specify a related_name, Django… Read More
Some functions are hard as well as boring to code each and every time. But Django users don’t have to worry about that because Django… Read More

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