This article was originally published in my personal blog.
Let’s imagine this scenario, you’re building a Django project, everything going very well. At some point, you needed to level up the interactivity of your app. what are you gonna do?
What if I told you that you can keep everything you build with Django, get the interactivity and convenience of Vue.js, without all the overhead of a SPA setup?
This post aims to show…
This article is originally published in my personal blog.
This is a really short article, where I will show you how to generate cool avatars from a given string (email, username…) or from your logo using python.
The idea for this article came to mind while I was working on a project where I have to set a default avatar for each user from the backend because I was dealing with a backend feeding two frontends, and maybe more in the future. …
In this article, I will be giving you brief information about Elasticsearch, its installation, and some examples of usage.
There are some Elasticsearch basics that -once you’ve internalized them- make the learning curve less traumatic. …
Since being introduced by Facebook, GraphQL has been presented as a revolutionary alternative to REST APIs, GraphQL fixes many problems found with RESTful architecture. However, it also introduces a new set of challenges that need to be evaluated. This blog post will walk through things you should know about using GraphQl API with Django?
GraphQl is a data query language and specification developed by Facebook for internal use in its native mobile apps in 2012 to handle sloppy networks and low internet speeds, before being publicly open-sourced in 2015.
The major benefit of GraphQL is the fact that clients can…