We’ve published summaries of our most popular blog posts before (see Top 19 of 2019 and Top 18 of 2018), but this time, we’re taking it a step further. We’re sharing the 20 most popular posts in 2020, regardless of the year the post was originally published. And some of these have been around a while! Based on total pageviews, here are the blogs that rose to the top of the popularity list, from most viewed to least viewed.
Most Popular Blogs in 2020
1. Creating Dynamic Forms with Django: Published May 7, 2018
2. Here's a Production-Ready Dockerfile for Your Python/Django App: Published March 14, 2017
3. CSS Tip: Fixed Headers and Section Anchors: Published October 23, 2017
4. A Guide To Creating An API Endpoint With Django Rest Framework: Published February 1, 2019
5. How to Use Django Bulk Inserts for Greater Efficiency: Published January 9, 2019
6. Filtering and Pagination with Django: Published October 18, 2018
7. Using Amazon S3 to Store your Django Site's Static and Media Files: Published November 10, 2014
8. How to Import Multiple Excel Sheets in Pandas: Published August 13, 2019
9. Django vs WordPress: How to Decide?: Published August 14, 2018
10. Custom JOINs with Django's query.join(): Published September 28, 2009
11. Coding for Time Zones & Daylight Saving Time — Oh, the Horror: Published March 21, 2019. Pictured is the happy, not horrified, blog author.
12. Digging Into Django QuerySets: Published April 5, 2017
13. Advanced Django File Handling: Published August 28, 2017
14. How to Switch to a Custom Django User Model Mid-Project: Published April 26, 2019
15. How to Use the "docker" Docker Image to Run Your Own Docker daemon: Published February 25, 2020
16. Managing multiple Python projects: Virtual environments: Published November 3, 2016
17. Migrating to a Custom User Model in Django: Published August 7, 2013
18. Better Python Dependency Management with pip-tools: Published September 18, 2018
19. Subtests are the Best: Published May 29, 2017
20. Getting Started Scheduling Tasks with Celery: Published June 23, 2014
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