Herramientas. Dougal Matthews Home. This is my unofficial part five for the Django tutorial. I've attempted to write this in a similar style to the Django documentation and hopefully this will be useful for those looking for the next step after the tutorial or trying out testing with django for the first time. Testing is something I think we can all do better, I certainly know I could do better testing my code sometimes. If you don't have the polls app from the end of part four and don't want to do it again you can grab it from my github. The code added in this tutorial is also available in the master branch of the repository.
This tutorial begins where Tutorial 4 left off. We're continuing the Web-poll application and will focus on testing our application and proving that it works as expected. The testing environment Let's first look at how you run the tests, make sure you are in the mysite directory and run the command python manage.py test.
Creating test database... What did we just test? What is a test? Writing a test. TDDjangoTutorial. Test-First! So, before we're allowed to write any real production code, we write some tests. We start by writing some browser tests - what I call functional tests, which simulate what an actual user would see and do. We'll use Selenium, a test tool which actually opens up a real web browser, and then drives it like a real user, clicking on links and buttons, and checking what is shown on the screen. These are the tests that will tell us whether or not our application behaves the way we want it to, from the user's point of view.
Once we've written our functional tests (which, incidentally, have forced us to think through the way our application will work, from the point of view of the user - never a bad thing...) we can start to think about how we want to implement that functionality from a technical point of view. Once we've settled on the function or the class that will solve our first problem, we can write a unit test for it. So here are our objectives for this first tutorial: [...] ClockingIT. Django-autocomplete - jquery AutoComplete for ForeignKey & ManyToManyField. Uses same syntax as the search for django-admin up: the latest version in Downloads - fixed compatibility with Django 1.3 - cleaned java scripts - added support for inline AutocompleteStackedInline, AutocompleteTabularInline - added a field WildModelSearchInput, it can be used in the admin forms requirements copy to the appropriate folder media\admin\js\jquery.autocomplete.js media\jquery.autocomplete.css example use a fairly simple models.py in m2m field need to specify related_name class Celebrity(models.Model): name = models.CharField() class Film(models.Model): type = models.ForeignKey( Type ) director= models.ManyToManyField( Celebrity, related_name="director") actor = models.ManyToManyField( Celebrity, related_name="actor") NEW: for inline class Ceremony( PageSeo ): name =models.CharField( max_length = 200 ) guiding =models.ManyToManyField( Celebrity, related_name = "guiding", blank = True ) best_film=models.ForeignKey( Film, default = None, null = True, blank = True ) admin.py.
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If you want to just browse here, go ahead, but we recommend you go install Sass first. Go here if you want to learn how to get everything setup. Extending the jQuery Sortable With Ajax & MYSQL ~ Wil Linssen. I’ve had a lot of response to the jQuery sortable list post I wrote a while back, and a lot of them ask how to send the results to a database. I’ve often said the best thing to do would be to update it by AJAX, but I’ve never really explained how. So here it is! There was a bug a few people noticed with the new jQuery UI a short while ago that stopped the update callback working. That bug has since been rectified and all is kosher again. I have since updated the example to the latest jQuery and UI downloads.
SoundManager 2 Demo: Play MP3 Links on a page. Inline MP3 Player Example: Fancy* CSS 3 version *CSS 3 border-radius supported only by Firefox 2.x+, Safari (2.x?) - sadly, not IE 8. How It Works Lightweight (single JS click event handler) Uses existing SoundManager 2 API CSS for UI, easy to modify to taste This example uses SoundManager 2 to find links to MP3 files, and makes them playable "in-place" on a page. Links pointing to MP3s are assigned an onclick handler which intercepts the click (preventing the browser from following the link and unloading the page. Static Examples CSS classes are dynamically applied as follows: :hover effects are also active. Flat (CSS-only) style Forcing play (or exclusion) of links If you have a link to a PHP file that serves MP3 files eg. <a href="/music.php? Or via CSS class name: <a href="/music.php? To exclude an .MP3 or otherwise-playable link from being handled by SM2, use class="inline-exclude" and it will be ignored.
SoundManager 2 project page (not an MP3 link) Basic CSS Other Options I'd like to use this. Pasar funcion como parametro. 2: Multiples parametros. : Software over the rainbow. En una entrada anterior comentaba cómo pasar el nombre de una función a otra como parámetro. Sin embargo, no sabía cómo pasarle un número indeterminado de parámetros a la función llamada.
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What's HTML5 Video? HTML is the markup language that makes up every page on the web. The newest version, HTML5, includes specifications for a <video> tag, that's meant to allow web developers to add a video to a page in the same way they would add an image. In order for this to work, web browser developers have built video playback functionality into their browsers. Playing video in a web page may not seem so special since you can already view video on a web page through plugins like Flash Player, Quicktime, and Silverlight.
.animate. Description: Perform a custom animation of a set of CSS properties. The .animate() method allows us to create animation effects on any numeric CSS property. The only required parameter is a plain object of CSS properties. This object is similar to the one that can be sent to the .css() method, except that the range of properties is more restrictive. Animation Properties and Values All animated properties should be animated to a single numeric value, except as noted below; most properties that are non-numeric cannot be animated using basic jQuery functionality (For example, width, height, or left can be animated but background-color cannot be, unless the jQuery.Color plugin is used). In addition to style properties, some non-style properties such as scrollTop and scrollLeft, as well as custom properties, can be animated. Shorthand CSS properties (e.g. font, background, border) are not fully supported.
Tutorial. This tutorial is an introduction to using Mercurial. We don't assume any particular background in using SCM software. You might first want to read UnderstandingMercurial 1. Introduction After you work through this tutorial, you should have a grasp of the following: The basic concepts and commands you'll need to use Mercurial How to use Mercurial in simple ways to contribute to a software project It is also strongly recommended that you have a look at the Mercurial man pages hg(1) and hgrc(5), which are also available in the release tarballs as doc/hg.1.html and doc/hgrc.5.html. The tutorial is split into the following pages: 2. The formatting convention is simple. A line of input that you should type into your shell or command prompt is displayed in a fixed font, and the line will start with a $ character.
A line of output that you should expect Mercurial or your shell to display is displayed in a fixed font, but with no special character at the start of the line. 3. CategoryTutorial. Free source code hosting — Bitbucket.