Joined January 2013

Vladimir Prudnikov

Professional web developer, IT entrepreneur. at Bugspot
Czech Republic

Posted to POSTing from Angular to Django over 1 year ago

Here is my code:

class JsonPayloadToRequestDataMiddleware(object):
    def process_request(self, request):

        if request.method != "POST":
            return None

        if 'application/json' not in request.META['CONTENT_TYPE']:
            return None

        body = request.body.strip()
        if not body:
            return None

        is_obj = body.startswith("{") and body.endswith("}")
        is_array = body.startswith("[") and body.endswith("]")
        if not is_obj and not is_array:
            return None

        # data is django.http.QueryDict
        json_data = json.loads(request.body)
        string_data = urllib.urlencode(json_data, True)
        data = QueryDict(string_data, mutable=True)
        if request.POST:

        # it should be immutable
        request.POST = data.copy()

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Posted to Xcode Code Snippets over 1 year ago

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Posted to Pretty diff output with Sublime over 1 year ago

You don't have to save output to the file... This will be just fine

diff path/to/first/file path/to/second/file | subl

or with TextMate

diff path/to/first/file path/to/second/file | mate

I did not tested on many browsers, I needed this for our internal tool. Form data has support in all modern browsers including IE 10+. Also take a look at Modernizr and HTML5Shim.

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