Modern CI/CD Using Python+Gunicorn+NGINX+Jenkins Pipeline to Openshift (Part Three)

This blog is the third one of three-parts series regarding CI/CD of Python Application using Gunicorn, NGINX, Jenkins Pipeline to Openshift. In series, we will be explaining: Part One: We will explain about deployment structure and preparations. Part Two: We will write the Jenkins Pipeline. Part Three: Deploy using

Modern CI/CD Using Python+Gunicorn+NGINX+Jenkins Pipeline to Openshift (Part Two)

This blog is the second one of three-parts series regarding CI/CD of Python Application using Gunicorn, NGINX, Jenkins Pipeline to Openshift. In series, we will be explaining: Part One: We will explain about deployment structure and preparations. Part Two: We will write the Jenkins Pipeline. Part Three: Deploy using

Migration from Ghost 0.11 to 1.XX Using Docker

Ghost had formulated lots changes when they released version 1.XX. So, when you try to upgrade from 0.11 to 1.XX, you can follow the following steps: FYI, you can also use the following steps if you want run Ghost in Docker and import your existing settings. Just

Django Translation Using .PO File

When comes to using multiple languages in one single site, Django is very handy. You can use .po file to do your translation for you. Process is very simple: First create .po file. To make .po file I would suggest to use poedit or Rosetta. Here is another option that

RichText Editor in Django Admin Site

I wanted to add a rich text editor within django administrator. It is not that hard to add a rich text editor, as there are editors like CKeditor, Tinymce. There are multiple plugins for django like django-ckeditor or django-tinymce etc. It seemed very complicated to use for me. So what