Last week I started a post series exploring the
django.utils module. In this second part I will be focusing more
It is a very common practice nowadays to keep alive signed in user sessions for a very long time. But some web pages
usually deal with sensitive information (such as billing information or change email forms) and it is a good idea to
ask the user to confirm his/her credentials. To achieve this task, we will be using the built-in
Since I started working with Django, I never had to spend time implementing authentication related stuff. The built-in authentication system is great and it’s very easy to plug-in and get started. Now, even if need to customize, Django makes it easy. That’s what this tip is about.
As the name suggests, this is a library to handle importing and exporting data. The django-import-export library supports multiple formats, including xls, csv, json, yaml, and all other formats supported by tablib. It also have a Django admin integration, which is really convenient to use.