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Serving Static Content With Django

A question that is frequently asked by new Django programmers is: "How can I serve static content (css, images, javascript) with the Django development server?". This article is my attempt to answer that question by demonstrating the best practices way to do so.

Why Doesn't Django Serve Static Content Automatically?

Well, Django (and python in general) is built around the idea that it is better to be explicit than implicit. This concept means that you may need to write more code in order to do something, but that by doing it that way, you preserve code clarity and reduce complexity.

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Populating Default ManyToMany Field Values in Django

At work, I'm the lead developer of a rather large, complex web application which interacts with many different technologies (Asterisk, Freeswitch, Cisco routers, python, XML-RPC, JSON, Django--to name a few). A few days ago, while implementing a ban system, I bumped into an interesting problem that was not trivial to find a solution to. So, here it is :)

Background

The web application I'm developing is a private portal which allows users to manage teleconference lines real time. Since all of our telephony services are free of charge, we often get callers onto certain teleconference lines who want to abuse services (think of those trolls on the internet, except over the phone). As you can probably imagine, without strict regulation & technology in place, telephone trolls could cause huge problems for normal users.

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