Amazon's Elastic Beanstalk service makes deploying and managing high-availability web applications on AWS easier. In this article, learn how to deploy a Python/Django application to Elastic Beanstalk.
Do you need complete control over your production environment? If so, you might want to skip the Platform as a Service (PaaS) offerings and deploy to your own server instead. This article describes deploying a Django application to an Ubuntu server at Linode.
If you've ever wondered if there is a better way to build and consume APIs, you should check out GraphQL—it's better than REST in many cases. This article discusses how to work with GraphQL in Django.
Docker offers many benefits, but it can be tricky to get started—especially when you need to deploy several components. In this article, Muhammed Ali shows how to use Docker and Docker Compose to containerize an application built with Django and React.
Job queues are a powerful tool for processing background work in your Django applications. This article teaches about job queues and workers—and how to implement them with Django Q and Celery.
Building stateful web applications can be tricky, unless you use a framework, of course—Django to the rescue! In this article, learn how to build a realtime chat app using Django Channels and WebSockets.
Automating your test suite helps get your code to production faster. In this tutorial, you'll learn how to write unit tests for Django and run them with GitHub Actions.
Learn how to create and manage user permissions in your Django apps.