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. 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. 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.
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