I am sure you all understand Django logs. And use them during development. This article talks about 4 best practices we can use in our Django web application production server. Imagine if you don’t see an error log on the Django development server console. To solve any issue, it becomes a guessing game where Django… Read More
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Info, Warning, or Error logs are vital information that helps to detect issues and solving them. When developing our support tools for our product, we would need to store error logs in the database. It helps to generate full meaning information out of error events occurring in the Django web application. To know what the… Read More
Automating the right configurations for local and production settings for the Django web application can save time before any deployment. By using different configurations, files save time for developers as well to set up a local environment in the local machine. We can restrict the access of production credentials to the limited developer or only… Read More
If you are interested in something which helps you customize the logs format for Django web applications running in production, you have landed at the perfect place. Django web framework provides the flexibility to customize the format of your log. I would love to have complete information in logs rather than having not required out… Read More
In my previous article on “How to integrate stackdriver logging with Django web application?” I talked about integrating stackdriver with the Django application. I also understand the need to have nesting of logs under every request parent request logs. I know we would like to see all single request logs clubbed together. So in this… Read More