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Django-formset-js 0.5.0. Include the JavaScript library Both jQuery and this library must be included in your page.

django-formset-js 0.5.0

The simplest way to do this is to add the scripts as media dependencies on your form: from djangoformsetjs.utils import formset_media_js class MyForm(forms.Form): class Media(object): js = formset_media_js + ( # Other form media here ) MyFormSet = formset_factory(MyForm) And then include the Media of the form in your template: {{ formset.media }} Alternatively, simply add the script tags: Tutorial : Implementing Django Formsets.

A step-by-step tutorial for setting up and testing a standard Django formset.

Tutorial : Implementing Django Formsets

I’ve noticed on #django IRC that many people need guidance on formsets, and as I’ve now used them in a couple of my projects — most recently, Connect — I thought I could offer a short how-to based on my own experiences. Firstly, if you haven’t already, go and read the docs. Dynamic form generation « Jacob Kaplan-Moss. I had the pleasure of being on a forms panel at PyCon 2010 chaired by Brandon Craig Rhodes.

Dynamic form generation « Jacob Kaplan-Moss

To get a stable baseline, Brandon asked each of us to provide code showing how each forms toolkit might tackle a problem: Imagine that someone has already written a form with your forms library. The form looks something like this:New username: __________ Password: __________ Repeat password: __________ [Submit] Now, someone from Marketing comes along and announces that the developers must add some additional questions to the form - and the number of extra questions is not determined until runtime!

They give you a get_questions(request) function that looks up a profile they cook up for each person browsing the site, and returns a list of strings like one of these:['Where did you hear about this site? '] ['What college did you attend? ' Git repos on Webfaction vs cloned git repos - WebFaction Community. The Git repo on WebFaction is the same structure as the Git repo on (for example) Github.

Git repos on Webfaction vs cloned git repos - WebFaction Community

They're known as bare repositories because they only contain the contents of what is normally located in the ".git" directory. There is no "working tree", and you then interact with your WebFaction repository by cloning it and pushing updates to it. Therefore, if you want to use the Git hosted on WebFaction, it will replace Github - you won't be using both to host the same repository at the same time. Let's go through an example of how you'll do the following:

Running a Shiny app using a shortcut. (1) Create a folder called test_app in your R working directory (2) Inside this folder, create the following files ui.r server.rrun.rtest.bat make sure these files are saved as ui.r, not ui.r.txt Setting up a Test App (code from the shiny website)

Running a Shiny app using a shortcut

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Leaflet Web Map

MySQL Workbench Manual. Start MySQL Workbench.

MySQL Workbench Manual

On the Home window, click the [+] icon next to the Models section on the bottom of the page, or select , . A model can contain multiple schemata. Note that when you create a new model, it contains the mydb schema by default. You can change the name of this schema to serve your own purposes, or delete it. Figure 9.16 Getting Started Tutorial - Home Window Click the + button on the right side of the Physical Schemata toolbar to add a new schema. Writing your first Django app, part 2. This tutorial begins where Tutorial 1 left off.

Writing your first Django app, part 2

We’ll setup the database, create your first model, and get a quick introduction to Django’s automatically-generated admin site. Database setup¶ Now, open up mysite/settings.py. It’s a normal Python module with module-level variables representing Django settings. By default, the configuration uses SQLite. If you wish to use another database, install the appropriate database bindings and change the following keys in the DATABASES 'default' item to match your database connection settings: User authentication in Django. Django comes with a user authentication system.

User authentication in Django

It handles user accounts, groups, permissions and cookie-based user sessions. This section of the documentation explains how the default implementation works out of the box, as well as how to extend and customize it to suit your project’s needs. Overview¶ Limitless - Responsive Web Application Kit by Eugene Kopyov. LibRETS Developer's Guide. LibRETS Developer's Guide Mission Statement: To remove the burden of handling the transport (html) and protocol (xml) and allow programmers direct access to the underlying Real Estate data This guide is intended to help you get started with libRETS.

libRETS Developer's Guide

It will cover the basics of getting connected to a RETS server, getting the metadata, doing a search, and getting an object/photo from the RETS server. This guide WILL NOT be a primer on RETS or teach you the ins and outs of RETS. This guide will also not cover all the functions and methods in libRETS. Login.py in librets/trunk/project/swig/python – libRETS.

Real Estate Standards Organization. Managing static files (CSS, images) Websites generally need to serve additional files such as images, JavaScript, or CSS. In Django, we refer to these files as “static files”. Django provides django.contrib.staticfiles to help you manage them. Getting Started with Django — WebFaction Software Documentation. See also Watch this screencast to see a brief demo of setting up a Django application: In this guide, you’ll learn to set up a Django site on WebFaction by: creating a website entry with the control panel,installing applications for Django and static media,creating a PostgreSQL database, andconfiguring Django. Welcome to Marxico - Marxico - Markdown Editor for Evernote.