Launching my E-book on Django Signals Demystified: A Step-by-Step Guide to Event-Driven Programming
Are you tired of tightly coupled code and struggling to keep track of events in your Django application? Look no further! Our new e-book, "Django Signals Demystified: A Step-by-Step Guide to Event-Driven Programming" is here to help you master the powerful signal feature in Django.
With clear explanations and practical examples, this e-book is the perfect resource for developers looking to build more robust and maintainable applications. You'll learn about the built-in signals that Django provides, and how to use them to perform actions such as validating data or sending notifications. You'll also learn how to create your own custom signals, with a step-by-step guide and a real-world example.
Our e-book also covers the synchronous nature of signals, and how to use Celery to make signals asynchronous, allowing you to improve the performance of your application. Whether you're a beginner or an experienced developer, this e-book will give you the knowledge and skills you need to unlock the full potential of Django signals.
Don't let tightly coupled code and poor event management hold you back any longer. Get your copy of "Django Signals Demystified: A Step-by-Step Guide to Event-Driven Programming" today and take your Django development to the next level!
This is what you will get inside the e-book:
Analogy of Django Signals
Fire Alarm System
What is a Signal in Django?
- A Basic Example
A Step-by-Step guide for using Django signals
- Notifying the admin user (Example-1)
Builtin Django Signals
Tracking the Price of products with Django Signals (Example-2)
Creating custom Signals in Django
Synchronous nature of Signals
Handling Asynchronous tasks with Signals (Example-3)
Pros and Cons of Signals
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