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Serialize a model instance

Author:
chriswedgwood
Posted:
February 18, 2021
Language:
Python
Version:
2.1
Score:
3 (after 3 ratings)

Sometimes you need to see the json representation of an object, here is how I do it :)

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from django.core import serializers
from .models import YourAwesomeModel

obj = YourAwesomeModel.objects.first()
serialized_obj = serializers.serialize('json', [ obj, ])
print(serialized_obj)

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chriswedgwood (on August 11, 2021):

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