When you deploy a web application, how do end users access it?
Often web applications are set behind a gateway device through which
end users can access it. One of the popular products to act as
an application gateway on Linux is the Apache Web Server. Although it can
function as a normal web server, it also has the ability to connect through
it to other web servers.
In my last article, I continued looking at the Django Web framework,
how you can create and modify models. As you saw, Django expects you
to describe your models using Python code. The model description is
then transformed into SQL and compared with any previous version of
the model that might have existed. more>>
In my last two articles, I looked at the Django Web application
framework, written in Python. Django’s documentation describes it as
an MTV framework, in which the acronym stands for model, template
In my last article (February 2015), I explained how to create a simple
Django project (“atfproject”) and
inside that, create a simple application (atfapp). The
application worked in that if you went to the URL
you got the text “hello, Reuven”.
In my last article, I started to look at multitenant Web applications. These
are applications that run a single time, but that can be retrieved
via a variety of hostnames. more>>