Django 3.2 released!
Django 3.2 is a long-term support (LTS) release meaning that security and data loss fixes will be applied for at least the next three years. The last LTS release was 2.2. The release notes contain new features in detail.
Django security releases issued: 3.1.8, 3.0.14, and 2.2.20
A "low" severity security issue has been addressed with the new release of Django 3.1.8, Django 3.0.14 and Django 2.2.20. We encourage all users of Django to upgrade as soon as possible.
Python 3.9.4 and 3.8.9 are now available
Those are expedited security releases, recommended to all users.
Get PyCharm, Support Django
Until April 29, you can purchase PyCharm at 30% off and the full purchase price will be donated to the Django Software Foundation.
Python Software Foundation News: The PSF is hiring a Developer-in-Residence to support CPython!
The Python Software Foundation is happy to announce the creation of the Developer-in-Residence role. The Developer-in-Residence will work fu...
Tailwind CSS v2.1 – Tailwind CSS
We just released Tailwind CSS v2.1 which brings the new JIT engine to core, adds first-class CSS filter support, and more!
What is new in Tailwind CSS version 2.1? is a nice overview too.
Django REST Framework & Better API Versioning (with Semantic Versioning) by Mike Helmick
Django REST Framework (DRF) is a great tool for building your API.
Django 3.2 - News on compressed fixtures and fixtures compression
In the Django 3.2 version just released I contributed with new features related to compressed fixtures and fixtures compression. In this article I have explored into the topic and produced some sample benchmarks.
All The Important Features and Changes in Python 3.10
The release of Python 3.10 is getting closer, so it’s time to take a look at most important new features and changes it’s going to bring
Django’s Place in a Web Development World Ruled by React
PostgreSQL Security Hardening
A comprehensive overview of the best practices for securing access to PostgreSQL databases.
The Architecture Behind A One-Person Tech Startup
This is one of our favorite posts of the week: a long-form post on the tech used to run a Saas, from load balancing to cron job monitoring to subscription and payments.
Server-Sent Events for Django. Contribute to fanout/django-eventstream development by creating an account on GitHub.
🚴 Call stack profiler for Python. Shows you why your code is slow! - joerick/pyinstrument
A site to test the interaction of web APIs and browser permissions.
Check out https://permission.site/ to see it in action.
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