Category Archives: databases

Hosting the AutoCRUD Demo

In my previous entry here (syndicated from blogs.perl.org), I linked at the end to a demo├é┬áCatalyst::Plugin::AutoCRUD application running on DotCloud. I’m much happier with this than running something on my own personal server, and here’s the notes on its setup. … Continue reading

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Django Admin App Views

Following my previous post about configuring Django models, I’m now ready to work on the view. Remember, this is simply within the “Admin” app which ships with Django, and below is a non-exhaustive set of options: ModelAdmin Derived Class Options … Continue reading

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Django Models

I’ve been working on a small Django app recently, and started by cleaning up its model definitions. Here’s a quick (but not exhaustive) list of useful configuration options: Model Meta Options db_table = “string” managed = False (whether SQL is … Continue reading

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