Using GitHub Actions To Add Continuous Integration (CI) To A Project (GitHub / Python)

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In this blog post I will be discussing Continuous Integration (CI) with GitHub Actions. Readers of previous blog entries may remember that I’ve tackled Continuous Integration (CI) with GitLab previously (see: https://geektechstuff.com/2021/04/05/python-unit-test-and-some-ci-via-gitlab-python/ ) and that last autumn (2021) I got into more testing (see: https://geektechstuff.com/2021/10/06/personal-update-django-and-mvc-mtv/ ).  Thankfully both have helped as the current module of my degree apprenticeship is … Continue reading Using GitHub Actions To Add Continuous Integration (CI) To A Project (GitHub / Python)

AttributeError: ‘FlaskClientTestCase’ object has no attribute ‘app_context’ – Unit Testing (Python)

Less of blog post and more of a reminder to myself. When using Flask and Unit Testing with Python, if either of the below errors occur (or something similar): AttributeError: 'FlaskClientTestCase' object has no attribute 'client' AttributeError: 'FlaskClientTestCase' object has no attribute 'app_context' Then it may be because the setUp function of the test class … Continue reading AttributeError: ‘FlaskClientTestCase’ object has no attribute ‘app_context’ – Unit Testing (Python)

Docker – Environment Variables, Env File & A Little Django (Python)

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Why Use Environment Variables? Whilst building my Django project I replaced several of the values within settings.py with an option for them to be read from environment variables, rather than storing them in plain text within settings.py. This change allows me to store the settings.py file within a source control repository (e.g. Git) and also … Continue reading Docker – Environment Variables, Env File & A Little Django (Python)