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You get this error when React attempts to lazy load a file — eg. a component — but the file does not exist. As of the time of writing this article, most of the solutions found on the internet suggest to try/catch the error, retry a…
When it comes to showing up somewhere in your documentation a diagram describing your database, you often end up with a recurring problem : after a few days / weeks / months, the diagram you made became obsolete.
Yeah, since you made that beautiful diagram, a foreign key has changed, a field that was previously a boolean is now a number, a table has been split in two, a new table has been created, a few fields have been renamed, others removed…
The whole purpose of this article is to keep your diagram up-to-date automatically.
Prerequisite: you are using TypeORM…
Good evening ladies and gents, it is going to be SOOO SUNNY tomorrow.
When you get to that tomorrow:
Weather news are based on probabilities and those probabilities seem to get accurate only on the day itself.
But who has the time and energy to manually check the weather on the day itself, probably on the morning before leaving to work?
Well, certainly not me!
tl;dr: with mighty programming skills, I made a bunch of lights automatically show me some weather forecast every day 💡
So… first step: I bought a LED strip, a band made of tiny lights that…
After reading this, you should be able to store latitude/longitude locations in your Django backend as well as other geospatial data such as polygons delimiting countries, regions, cities, etc.
You should also be able to make advanced awesome and fast requests on these geospatial data the easy-way.
You have a working Django backend with a working Postgres database.
For the sake of simplicity, let us focus on a Django backend that has only one model called
from django.db import modelsclass Client(models.Model):
firstname = models.CharField(max_length=100)
lastname = models.CharField(max_length=100)
Now, if you want to add a location to every client…