Posts Tagged by python
|June 28, 2016||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Web|
So, I’ve been looking for a new side project for a while, before finally settling on playing around with some phone APIs. Not sure what else to do, I opted to make a tool for annoying people. Try it now. It’s quite simple, but effective none the less. For a modest fee (starting at $1.00), […]
|August 3, 2011||Posted by admin under Programming|
Inspired by a post on override the default model manager to support soft-deleting objects in the database, I decided to implement it into one of my projects. (Yes, I know it’s an old post but it was new to me!). However, just being able to filter the query sets returned to exclude items which had […]
|July 3, 2011||Posted by admin under Programming|
I haven’t spent that much time on github until recently. Poking around there led me to create my first project repository and put in up for anyone to use: django-apikey. (The original post/announcement can be read here: “django-apikey — Key Based Authorization For RESTful Django Applications”) It quickly got some feedback, all of which was […]
|June 7, 2011||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Programming|
Since I posted about using Python to send HTML email, things have changed in Python’s standard library. While that method still works, it’s better to use the new email package.
|May 10, 2011||Posted by Stephen Coursen under Programming, Web|
I just created a git repository for django-apikey, which provides an API key-based authorization backend for use with django REST services. Currently, it works with django-piston, but I do plan on adding support for other django REST packages.