Wondering which is the best way to structure your Django project? The Django Cookie Cutter frameworks help one create a project with a great structure quite easily. The startproject command initializes the directory structure and required files for a standard Django project, which may be fine for learning Django, but not good to be used in production. This is where Cookiecutter exerts its power. The Cookiecutter takes care of a lot of standard tasks like installing the software dependencies, setting up testing files, and including organizing common libraries like Bootstrap and
Artificial Intelligence has built an entirely new world of opportunities for developers to explore. AI allows Google to complete the question you ask, or Netflix to know what shows you’ll want to see next. It is used extensively by companies in customer service to improve workflows and employee productivity while driving self-service. There are programming […]
GeoDjango is an included contrib module to make easy GIS (Geographic Information System) web apps with location-based services. GeoDjango provides a toolbox of utilities for building GIS web applications and also bindings to popular spatial libraries such as GEOS, GDAL, and GeoIP, which can be used separately without Django in any Python application or interactively […]
A tough question that goes through the mind of all web developers. Ruby vs Python. Which one is better? Both of them are popular languages suited for developing web applications. In short, it’s the clash of the Titans.
Pipenv, the official Python-recommended resource for managing package dependencies, letting us install and uninstall Python packages. Pipenv helped to solve a few problems associated with the typical workflow using pip, virtualenv, and traditional requirements.txt, consolidating and simplifying the development process to a single command line tool.