Author : Stephen Mclin

Hey, I'm Steve; I write about Python and Django as if I'm teaching myself. Hope you'll love the content!

Fix Python Typeerror: list indices must be integers or slices, not list

The Python Typeerror: list indices must be integers or slices, not list occurs when you try to use a list as an index of another list instead of using an integer or slice. To fix it, provide an integer or slice as the index instead of a list. The list indices must be integers or […]

What Is Casting In Python

Type casting, or just “casting,” in Python refers to the process of converting one data type to another. For example, converting an integer to a string, a float to an integer, or a string to a list, etc. The word “casting” in programming comes from the metalworking process of “casting,” in which molten metal is […]

What is Django Used For?

Django is a high-level web framework that enables developers to build robust and scalable web applications quickly and easily using Python. Originally developed in 2003 by a group of developers at the Lawrence Journal-World newspaper in Kansas, Django has since grown into one of the most widely-used web frameworks in the world, powering websites and […]

How to Connect PostgreSQL database to Django

This post is going to show you how to connect the PostgreSQL database to Django. PostgreSQL is one of the databases that are natively supported by Django. When it comes to production development, SQLite (the default Django database engine) is not recommended. In that case, it is recommended to use other production-made database engines that […]

How To Fix FatalError: pgAdmin 4, the application server could not be contacted

PostgreSQL recently released version 15. Now the pgAdmin comes as a desktop application instead of being opened in a browser. But they have recently been an error that’s roaming around which reads ‘pgAdmin 4 the application server could not be contacted.’ I have to admit, I do not fully know what the causes of this […]

Django Template for loop Tutorial

Django templates provide a powerful set of tools for displaying data on a webpage. Like if statements if you want to display data based on certain conditions. In this post, we are going to learn about the Django template for-loop. The for loop allows you to iterate over a list or queryset of data and […]

How to Use if statement in Django template

Django is a popular web framework for building web applications using the Python programming language. One of the key features of Django is its template system, which allows developers to separate the presentation of a web page from its underlying logic. In this post, we will explore how to use if statements in Django templates […]

Scroll to top