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Django Design Patterns and Best Practices

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Learning how to write better Django code to build more maintainable websites either takes a lot of experience or familiarity with various design patterns. Filled with several idiomatic Django patterns, Django Design Patterns and Best Practices accelerates your journey into the world of web development.

Discover a set of common design problems, each tackling aspects of Djang
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ebook, 222 pages
Published March 2015 by Packt Publishing
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Julio Biason
Jul 04, 2016 rated it liked it
Although I'm not a fan of design patterns (you know, the GoF one) because people tend replace it to proper thinking. But I do like design patterns for languages and frameworks, because you can use something for a very long time and still not doing it in the right way.

The book has an interesting premise: Explain a bit something, point a problem, a solution, expand the problem and expand the solution. The problem is that some problems seem really shoe horned to certain solutions. Also, some common
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Pranay Kothapalli
Jun 23, 2016 rated it liked it
I am relatively new to Django, When the author said we'd be making "SuperBook" I was excited to build the back end of my own social network website with some assistance. I was disappointed to see that it wasn't a full blown tutorial+demonstration of best practices that are used while building the back end. Nevertheless, it's a great book to revisit some resources out there and on how to maintain your project for the 1.7 version.
Amrullah Zunzunia
Dec 13, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: web-development
Some really good advice for beginners,
(Although, if you have read "Two Scoops of Django", a lot of what you read in this book won't be new,

but still a recommended read, (especially for it's "Active link pattern" )
Tihomir
Sep 14, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I found the book useful in terms of issues for using and understanding Django better.
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