Posts Tagged ‘templates

Today’s little snippet: Filtering a loosely coupled many-to-many relationship.  As revealed earlier,  I don’t really “get” the difficulty with many-to-many relationships.  I don’t even get the difficulty with signals; if you define the many-to-many manually, handling signals on it is trivial compared to trying to do it manually in one of the referring classes. Today, […]

One of the nifty things that Django provides is the {% url backreference %} syntax, which allows you to name the targets in your list of URL objects and then refer to them by an explicit name. You can sometimes use the function name instead, and Django has a way of turning the function name back into the […]

I’ve never been happy with templating languages. Oh, sure, I use them. WordPress (what this blog is written in) is written in PHP, and I’ve used eruby and erb for other websites. I understand what they’re trying to accomplish, but if the objective is to write an application that happens to use HTML as its […]


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