2015 年十大年最流行的Django库

jopen 6年前

在这篇文章中,我们就来看看在2015年开始的10个最流行的Django库。10 Most Popular Django Library Started in 2015

1. Wooey

Wooey is a simple web interface to run command line Python scripts. Think of it as an easy way to get your scripts up on the web for routine data analysis, file processing, or anything else.

2. Channels

Channels is a Work In Progress library that has caught real attention. Coming none other than from Andrew Godwin. It aims to bring some asynchrony to Django and expand the options for code beyond the request-response model, in particular enabling WebSocket, HTTP2 push, and background task support.

3. HealthChecks

healthchecks.io is a free and open source service. Setting up monitoring for your cron jobs only takes minutes.

4. django-baker

Adds a management command that generates views, forms, urls, admin, and templates based off the contents of models.py

5. django-q

Django Q is a native Django task queue, scheduler and worker application using Python multiprocessing.

6. django-webpack-loader

Django webpack loader consumes the output generated by webpack-bundle-tracker and lets you use the generated bundles in django.

7. django-hackathon-starter

A boilerplate application for Django web applications. Even if you are not using this for a hackathon, Django Hackathon Starter is sure to save any developer hours or even days of development time and can serve as a learning guide for web developers.

8. django-seed

Django-seed uses the faker library to generate test data for your Django models. This has been "hard-forked" from django_faker in order to support newer versions of Python and Django.

9. dockerizing-django

Django Development With Docker Compose and Machine

10. django-tenants

This application enables django powered websites to have multiple tenants via PostgreSQL schemas. A vital feature for every Software-as-a-Service website.

Hope the post was informative, do let us know in comments, if we forgot to cover a popular library.

来自: http://blog.apcelent.com/most-popular-django-library-2015.html