I just had a situation where I was trying to filter the queryset for a ModelMultipleChoiceField based on the currently logged-on user. I was going crazy trawling through the Django docs and eventually Google. It seemed like something which should be so simple, but there was no obvious way to do it. Eventually I found the answer, and it IS simple!
I’ve used Django for a few small projects in the last year and have absolutely fallen in love with it. While I always insist that I’m not a language or framework zealot I will quite happily and unashamedly push the Python / Django team wherever possible. Here are some of the reasons why.
Have you ever been in the situation where you’ve updated your CSS file but users’ web browsers haven’t automatically loaded the new one? The reason is because many web browsers cache the stylesheet for faster future reloading. Obviously you don’t want to have to get your users to Ctrl-F5 every time you update your stylesheet so here’s a little tip for making this automatic in your Django templates.
I’ve just launched a new website for Tubecaster. The new site was created with Django, with which I’m extremely impressed.
The new site also contains bug reporting and feature request links.