Sometimes you need to group rows by a time interval, say, one value per minute, or per hour. In this post, we will research how we can do that with vanilla PostgreSQL and with Django ORM.

When do you need it? Imagine you have a table that stores weather temperature measurements and takes a temperature snapshot every 10 seconds. In one hour it will collect 360 measurements. That’s would be a lot if your script runs for several months. Okay, now you want to render temperature measurements as data points on a line chart, and you also want your users…

Together with my wife, we run a small digital agency. We use Django as a primary web development framework and love simplicity.

In this post, I will guide you on how to enable WebSockets in your Django application without installing third-party apps.

Django has introduced the ASGI interface since version 3.0 and async views in 3.1. Our solution will be based on async views. In this tutorial, we will use Python 3.7 and Django 3.1.

Introduction into WebSockets ASGI interface

ASGI is a replacement protocol to good-old WSGI protocol that served us for years and it will become a de-facto standard in Python web frameworks…

Alex Oleshkevich

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