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Blogs about Back-end web development

12 blogs about Back-end web development.

  1. Adam Johnson
    “I'm an author and solo consultant working with Ansible, AWS, Django, and Python.” 🇬🇧

    Django: Parameterized tests for all model admin classes
    Here’s an application of “test smarter, not harder”, as per Luke Plant’s post. I came up with this recently whilst working on my client Silvr’s project, and I’m pretty proud of it. It should apply …
    By Adam Johnson, 734 words

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  2. — Articles

    Soft Deletion Probably Isn't Worth It
    Anyone who’s seen a couple different production database environments is likely familiar with the “soft deletion” pattern – instead of deleting data directly via DELETE statement, tables get an extra deleted_at timestamp and deletion is …
    By Brandur Leach, 1,511 words

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  3. Dusted Codes
    “Programming Adventures.” By Dustin Moris Gorski. 🇬🇧

    How fast is ASP.NET Core?
    In recent years the .NET Team has been heavily advertising ASP.NET Core as one of the fastest web frameworks on the market. The source of those claims has always been the TechEmpower Framework Benchmarks. Take …
    By s (Dustin Moris Gorski, 4,221 words

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  4. James Brooks - Articles
    “Sometimes I write things and put them here.” 🇬🇧

    My Git Aliases
    Did you know that you can add custom aliases to the git command? I recently switched to a new Macbook and realised that I was missing some commands that it turns out I was using …
    By James Brooks, 447 words

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  5. The Laravel Blog
    By Taylor Otwell, James Brooks, Dries Vints, Joe Dixon, Nuno Maduro. 🇧🇪 🇬🇧 🇵🇹 🇺🇸

    Laravel v10 Released
    Today we're thrilled to announce that we have tagged the Laravel 10.0 release! Laravel 10 continues the improvements made in Laravel 9 by introducing argument and return types to all application skeleton methods, as well …
    By Taylor Otwell, 48 words

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  6. Matt's Dev Blog
    “Matt's blog on backend web development.” By Matt Segal. 🇦🇺

    How I hunt down (and fix) errors in production
    Once you’ve deployed your web app to prod there is a moment of satisfaction: a brief respite where you can reflect on your hard work. You sit, adoringly refreshing the homepage of to watch …
    By Matthew Segal, 1,739 words

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  7. The Pallets Projects
    “A collection of Python web development libraries that are associated with the Flask microframework.”

    Quart is now a Pallets project
    Quart, an ASGI re-implementation of the Flask API has joined the Pallets organization. This means that future development will be under the Pallets governance by the Pallets maintainers. Our long term aim is to merge …
    By P G Jones, 396 words

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  8. Patrick D'appollonio
    “Notes about engineering, programming, Kubernetes, go, infra-as-code and other interesting things.”

    How to manage Kubernetes clusters in WSL with OpenLens on Windows
    Recently I’ve been playing with a few different tools to make me more proficient when working with Kubernetes. Additionally, people that know me know I play lots of games – sinking more and more time …
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  9. PHP.Watch
    “A source for PHP News, upcoming changes to the language core and extensions, and articles.” By Ayesh Karunaratne.

    How to extend lifetime of legacy PHP applications
    As PHP continue to evolve with new breaking changes, and while that is great for most PHP applications, there are legacy applications that can't justify the human and financial cost of keeping up. Here is …
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  10. Rock and Null
    “Tech, software and whatever comes to mind.”

    Android CI/CD part 1: Locally building and pushing to Play Store using Fastlane
    Automating the deployment of Android apps to Google Play, I believe is a must for teams with more than 1-2 people. Having the latest test version on your physical device, allows you to perform more …
    By Bevan Steele, 945 words

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  11. /var/
    “Various programming stuff.” By Serafeim Papastefanos. 🇬🇷

    My essential guidelines for better Django development
    A list of guidelines that I follow in every non-toy Django project I develop
    By Serafeim Papastefanos, 20 words

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  12. Weblog archive
    By James Bennett. 🇺🇸

    Boring Python: code quality
    This is the second in a series of posts I intend to write about how to build, deploy, and manage Python applications in as boring a way as possible. In the first post in the …
    By James Bennett, 83 words

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