Reminiscing this and that, on the web since 1994.
Posted 2013-05-11 17:15. Last updated 2018-01-05 14:00. Tagged django, python, web.
URL mappings in django consists more or less of a list of (regex,
handler) tuples, if the regular expression matches the requested URL,
the handler is used to serve the request.
The regular expressions themselfes tends to be rather long and not as
readable as I would want them to.
Let’s see if we can fix that.
Nicer URL mappings in Django.
Posted 2011-07-21 15:00. Tagged django, html5, meta, python.
I’ve run a little django on this site for a long time beside
the actual content (which was static files, created with make and xslt).
Now I’ve gone all out and run the entire site in django.
At the same time, I’ve modernized the markup using some semantic
doesn’t really support it (like MSIE 8 and older).
The graphical design has got an update to, even if it remains rather
similar to the way it has looked since 2009.
I hope it is both nice looking and useable on both big screens and
This also means that comments is enabled on the site again, after
having been disabled for a while.
Be the first to comment.
Posted 2008-08-30 09:05. Tagged django, meta, python, web.
Now you can write comments on my pages!
I only allow comments from logged-in users.
Of course, you don’t want to create yet another web account that you
have to remember the password for.
I understand that.
I don’t want to administrate yet another user database either.
The solution is OpenID.
Now one account, in a central place you select, is enough for any
number of web sites!
(or one for each pseudonym you choose to use).
Comment on rasmus.krats.se.