In this post we are going to review an already built project that runs a GraphQL API service using Django/Django Graphene and a Vuejs frontend as a client. Using the Vuejs app, users will be able to authenticate against the backend sending a JSON Web Token sent in a HttpOnly Cookie (because we already know that local storage or […]Read more "Django, GraphQL and Vuejs"
Have you ever had to work with more than one site of the same organization at the same time? In this post, I’m going to expose a possible solution to associate sites in an easy way for optimization. Here is an example. In Devsar, we develop “Find Your Trainer”, an online platform to book personal […]Read more "Django Sites Framework"
What’s Celery? It is an asynchronous job queue used to run tasks in the background based on distributed message passing written in python. It allows you to run time-consuming Python functions in the background. In other words it lets you do the heavy lifting later or at a specific time. Celery uses “brokers” to […]Read more "Asynchronous Tasks with Celery & Django"
On the last few days I’ve had a hard time deploying a personal project of mine. First of all, I was not deploying a regular Django app. Instead, I separated my frontend from my backend, so I had to serve my frontend’s static files on one hand, and django and its statics for the admin […]Read more "Deploying Django with Python 3"