If you’re landing here before you’ve read part 1, you may want to go back and read that first! Some parts of this article won’t work or won’t make sense without the foundation given in the previous article.
In this tutorial, we’ll be creating a simple Django Rest Framework (DRF) app and deploying it with Beanstalk to make our endpoints available on the web. We’ll do everything, from creating our virtual environment and getting the Django app running locally, to deploying the code on Beanstalk and hooking it into a Postgresql RDS database. Let’s get going!
If you’re already familiar with everything covered here, or you’re looking for help with handling production static and media files, database settings, or environment variables — check out part 2 instead!
Regular expressions. If you know how to use them, they are awesome and powerful. If not, they look like an alien language that needs to be decoded. Either way, this guide will cover the basics of regexes and how they are used to make the life of a programmer easier. We will then go over the basic & extended set and how they can be used in Python and terminal. By the end, you’ll have enough regex know-how to step up your everyday coding.
Regular expressions are a way to search for patterns in data sets. It is not a…
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