How to use angular service within another service

Actually it is easy! import { Injectable, Inject } from ‘@angular/core’; import { LoginService } from ‘../common/login.service’; @Injectable() export class PermissionService { constructor(@Inject(LoginService) private login_service: LoginService) { } hasCategoryDeletePerm(){ const u = this.login_service.getUser() return u.is_staff; } }

Configuring django for centralised log monitoring with ELK stack with custom logging option (eg. client ip, username, request & response data)

When you are lucky enough to have enough users that you decide to roll another cloud instance for your django app, logging becomes a little bit tough because in your architecture now you would be needing a load balancer which will be proxying request from […]

Dealing with mandatory ForiegnkeyField for fields that is not in django rest framework serializers

Although I am big fan of django rest framework but sometime i feel it is gruesome to deal with nested serializers (Maybe I am doing something wrong, feel free to suggest me your favourite trick.) Suppose we have two models, ASerializer is based on A […]

A Django Rest Framework Jwt middleware to support request.user

I am using following Django (2.0.1), djangorestframework (3.7.7), djangorestframework-jwt (1.11.0) on top of python 3.6.3. By default djangorestframework-jwt does not include users in django’s usual requst.user. If you are using code>djangorestframework, chances are you have a huge code base at API which is leveraging this, […]

Running a python/django app containerised in docker image pushed on private repo on top of kubernetes cluster

Recently I was looking for more flexible way to ship our code in production,¬† ¬†docker and kubernetes are the sweetheart of the devops engineers. Docker is something that let us containerise our app in an image and then we let that image to run on […]