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  • Django 3.2 released

    The Django team is happy to announce the release of Django 3.2.

    This version has been designated as a long-term support (LTS) release, which means that security and data loss fixes will be applied for at least the next three years. It will also receive fixes for crashing bugs, major functionality bugs in newly-introduced features, and regressions from older versions of Django for the next eight months until December 2021.

  • Django 3.2 released

    Version 3.2 of the Django web framework is out; it has been designated as a long-term-support release.

  • Django 3.2 release notes

    Welcome to Django 3.2!

    These release notes cover the new features, as well as some backwards incompatible changes you’ll want to be aware of when upgrading from Django 3.1 or earlier. We’ve begun the deprecation process for some features.

    See the Upgrading Django to a newer version guide if you’re updating an existing project.

    Django 3.2 is designated as a long-term support release. It will receive security updates for at least three years after its release. Support for the previous LTS, Django 2.2, will end in April 2022.

  • Create an E-Commerce Site With Django and Vue.

    It is estimated that there are 24 million eCommerce websites on the internet. Do you want to learn how to make one more?

    We released a course on the freeCodeCamp.org YouTube channel that will teach you how to create an e-commerce website using Django and Vue.

    This course was developed by CodeWithStein. He has created many great tutorials on his YouTube channel and we wanted to bring him to a wider audience.

    To watch this course, it would be helpful to have at least some knowledge of both Python and JavaScript since Django uses Python and Vue uses JavaScript.

A couple more...

  • How to use Django Inclusion tag

    Django framework uses different types of templates to present the data of the application. The Django admin interface uses the custom template tag. The looks of these interface elements, such as buttons, fields, etc., are the same for all pages. The Django developer can define the custom template tag and filter to the extent the template engine and the new template tag can be used using the {% custom_tag %}. The template tag that is used to display data by rendering another template is called the inclusion tag. The way of using the inclusion tag in the Django template is shown in this tutorial.

  • Use of default value of NULL in Django Model

    Model is one of the significant parts of the database-based Django application. The model defines the structure of the database. The data type of the database table and the way of inserting data based on different attributes are described in the Model. The data validation can be controlled by using the model also. Each table in the database contains a particular number of fields or columns. The model defines the type of each field of the table. The default attribute is used in the model to set a default value for a particular area if the user for that field inserts no data. The default value of a field can be blank or any specific value. The null and blank values are not the same. null is used to define that the empty value is allowed or not for a particular field. If the null is set to False, then the empty string will not be permitted in the integer-typed field, but the empty string can be assigned in the string-typed field. If the null is set to True, then the NULL value will be given in the integer-typed field in place of an empty string. blank is used for the form validation mainly and does not check the field’s data type. The way of using default and null attributes in the Django model has shown in this tutorial.

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