This post explains how to install and setup nginx as a reverse proxy to gunicorn and web server to serve static files in Django.
Web Servers like Apache or NGINX are great for handling HTTP requests. Unfortunately,they typically cannot communicate with Python applications directly. That is where gunicorn comes in.
Learn how to install, configure and run gunicorn with Django in this article.
In this post, I cover a couple of ways to flatten lists of lists or lists of mixed data in standard Python and 3rd party libraries such as Django, Pandas and Matplotlib.
Authenticating with Django REST APIs using HTTP Client
Have you ever wondered if it is possible to connect Django to more than one database at a time? Read this post to find out how.
Learn how to serialize MongoDB ObjectId data types in Python.
How to add CORS headers to a Django Application
A brief introduction into the Django Template Language.
We all use PyPI – here’s a way to ensure we always have access.
Summary of the recent Python Bulawayo Meetup