- Tapa blanda: 222 páginas
- Editor: Packt Publishing (31 de marzo de 2015)
- Idioma: Inglés
- ISBN-10: 1783986646
- ISBN-13: 978-1783986644
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Django Design Patterns and Best Practices (Inglés) Tapa blanda – 31 mar 2015
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If you want to learn how best to utilize commonly found patterns and learn best practices in developing applications with Django, this is the book for you. This book, like Django itself, is accessible to amateur and professional developers alike and assumes little in the way of prior experience. Although written for Python 3, the majority of the code in this book works in Python 2 or can be easily translated.
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Arun Ravindran is an avid speaker and blogger who has been tinkering with Django since 2007 for projects ranging from intranet applications to social networks. He is a long-time open source enthusiast and Python developer. His articles and screencasts have been invaluable to the rapidly growing Django community. He is currently a developer member of the Django Software Foundation. Arun is also a movie buff and loves graphic novels and comics.
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My overall feeling is a bit mixed. The book is definitively for someone that knows Python and has used Django before. The author mixes basic concepts with a few a bit more advanced, without going deeply enough in some subjects. It's an easy reading and has some useful notes to take home. IMHO, the author could have done much better. Overall the book felt a little too short
For me, the best part of the book is the overview of the third-party modules that can be useful. The author could have explored a bit more the functionalities of some of these modules though.
The treatments on models and class based views are particularly noteworthy. It would have been nice seeing some more content on custom template tags but alas that's almost a book in and of itself. Forms are properly treated as the data validating powerhouses they are. The comprehensive overview of testing is really fantastic along with recommendations on debugging tools that are standard amongst Django developers.
If you are looking to go from beginner to affective in Django - this is a great way to do that.