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Trying Django, part 2

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Second part of Trying Django, a Python framework for web development. Here you have part 1, where we created a virtual environment and also downloaded the django package. Because you need to activate the environment several times while developing, I have created a script file under MS-DOS to make this task easy. This is the script code running: : Si por casualidad has instalado o tienes instalada django, pero no te acuerdas de la versión, sólo tienes que escribir python -m django –version para ver qué versión tienes instalada, tal…read more

Trying Django, another Python framework for web developement

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This entrance is related to Django, a Python framework for web development, and I am learning it from a free Udemy course (in spanish) called Probar Django. This framework is completly different to Flask (the other framework I already wrote about it). Back to Django, you have more information in the offical Django web page. Creating a virtual environment (virtualenv) in Python I have no doubt about it, and it is recommend it, but I never do it: create an isolate envorinment for development. In Python, environments are for isolating…read more

Cliqz, a browser to control privacity

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If you are worried for wour privacity and you keep on going with Chrome or Firefox, today’s entrnace is dedicated to a new alternative named Cliqz, a browser based on Firefox, who’s main feature is: my data belongs to me Yes, I have written several times related to privacity such as I warned you, data is not yours although you create them, or all for the privacy but with no privacy (in spanish). I had no doubt: knowing the existence of this browser made me feel good becuase there is…read more

TypeScript: promises

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A few months ago, I wrote an entrance dedicated to Javascript Promises, but I didn’t write any line of code. In TypeScript you can also work with promises, but the best way is to develop an example to show what promises are about. A Javascript example Let’s create first a Javascript example, based on firing an event after 4 seconds once the page have been loaded (we want to be notified when finished), and 4 seconds later, a second event will be fired. This is the code: when executing the…read more

Lovefield, the Javascript Relational Database

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Today I am writting related to a Google project called Lovefield, and it is a Javascript Relational Database designing for developing web applications. I have met this projects thanks to the Google website where they have published all Open Source projects the contribute to, or they have develop, order by categories. Here you have their creator, a googler, explaining what Lovefield is about: Lovefield The basic idea of Lovefield is to use relational models to develop webapps, by using a database either online either offline. The second feature is to…read more

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