kandi X-RAY | go-web Summary
kandi X-RAY | go-web Summary
Go-Web adopts a “convention over configuration” approach similarly to frameworks like Laravel ,Symfony and Rails. By following this principle, Go-Web reduces the need for “repetitive” tasks like explicitly binding routes, actions and middleware; while not problematic per se, programmers may want to adopt “ready-to-use” solutions, for instances if they want easily build complex services, aiming at a reduced “productive lag”. Programmers may want to use existing frameworks like Gin-Gonic and Go Buffalo, but Go-Web differs from them because of the aforementioned “convention over configuration” approach.
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I have an NX monorepo with 2 apps:
I wish to use docker-compose to run my entire environment with eventually some APIs and a database etc etc.
I created a docker-file that takes arguments and could be re-used to to run multiple angular apps in Nx:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-12 at 19:53
You can persist an environment variable set from a
--build-arg in the images environment during the build:
I am playing around with kubernetes config map and wanted to understand how the volume mounts work
I have a json config file called
client_config.json that is
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Apr-07 at 08:36
./client_config.json is a relative file path. Most probably, your app's current working directory is
/client-config. Your actual file is located at
i recently made a site, following this tutorial https://pythonprogramming.net/django-web-development-python-tutorial . I have uploaded it, however now in the meta-description shows me this:
The site is made from django.Do you know where the mistake might be? The site is http://birminghamcleaner.co.uk/ .
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-26 at 18:07
The culprit is this part. Remove it and you're golden:
I'm creating a simple navbar with flexbox , but whenever i add a container
header to make the
width 80% and
center it with
margin:0 auto flexbox's
justify-content stops working.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-29 at 07:15
flex is being applied to the direct children of
header. When you add the
container div, it'll apply to that but not to any of its children. To achieve what you're looking for, move the flex rules to
container instead of
I deployed a Django+VueJS app that uses django webpack loader in order to render Vue apps in my Django templates. I used Nginx and Gunicorn to deploy the app to a DigitalOcean VPS, everything works without any problem but i have some doubts on how to edit my components in production, since i'm fairly new to Vue
Here is my vue.config:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-10 at 09:14
I don't know about django, But I know about vue..
- is this how am I supposed to do it?
For me, I don't suggest it, you can use your django as a backend for your frontend that should mean you would have 2 servers running. 1 for your django and 1 for your vue app. use XHR request to access your django App, remember to handle CORS. IMHO I don't want vue to be used as a component based framework.
- is there a shorter way.
YES, and this is how you do it.
add to package.json
I am working on a compiled Golang server that displays a home page, and upload page, and a file repository. It can also upload a file to its backend. The goal is to put this into a container and use it.
If I do the following on my local machine:
go run webserver.go
Then it works as expected. The page in
/static/index.html loads. I can upload files etc (as long as the repo exists in the right location). However when I build this and put it in a docker container, the repo file list works, and the upload endpoint exists, however the two static html pages get 404 errors.
What am I doing wrong? Why doesn't http://localhost:8080 work to display my home page in the container but it does work with the go run method?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-29 at 20:19
The static files are not automatically included in your binary. So you need to make sure that the running application working directory (even if it is running within a docker container) contains the folder "static" and its files. Otherwise the file is not found and you get an 404.
One alternative to this is to compile the static files into your binary. You can use gofiles for this.
Docker novice here.
I have committed new changes inside the application. These changes where copied from my local to host machine, and then to docker container.
So I created a new image
sudo docker commit old_container_id new_image_name(djangotango-on-docker_web)
Then I spin the docker container by using new image created.
sudo docker run --name djangotango-web -d --expose 8000 djangotango-on-docker_web gunicorn djangotango.wsgi:application --bind 0.0.0.0:8000
djangotango-on-docker_web is my new image created.
But my application gives 502 error after this. My new container is not synced properly.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-09 at 11:09
The correct approach here is to use only
docker-compose commands, and to go ahead and rebuild your image:
My goal is to have a simple form that allows a user to input a function to graph, along with a display window, and once the user hits the submit button, I would like numpy and matplotlib to take the form data and generate a figure, then display that figure in the new web page.
So far, I followed this where it says "Create the Contact Form View" to get the form to generate and make the data usable. I found this which allows me to display the image. However, the image takes up the whole browser window like so. I would instead like that image to display in my web page. I'm very new to Django, so sorry if this doesn't make sense or isn't enough info. I'd love to give clarification or additional info if needed.
Here is my app's views.py:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Oct-05 at 07:04
First of all, your views.py is returning the image in case of POST. The following part will tell the browser that the "page" you return is actually an image and asks the browser to show the image. That's why the browser only shows the image.
I am trying to use Vue and Django together as described in this article. Everything seems to be working except for the webpack-bundle-tracker. I'm pretty sure that webpack-bundle-tracker is not even installed as this happens when I run
yarn add webpack-bundle-tracker --dev:
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-24 at 03:54
I had the same issue, also running Django with django-webpack-loader, and I also found that the webpack-stats.json file was not being generated. I fixed it by downgrading webpack-bundle-tracker to 0.4.3. I'm not sure why the latest version of this package does not work.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-22 at 13:34
You need to add display: flex to the header like this
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