Part 2 of the video workshop
Programming with Django, part 2
To be continued: part
In his screencast, Douglas Napoleone programs a simple music database by using the Python Django framework. In its now available second version, Napoleone demonstrates how it works in the roughly two hours of the video.
In response to a challenge to programming language developers set by the editors of Linux Magazine, Python Django returned with a solution that is now available as a video workshop.
We talk to one of the creators of the Django project about the formation of the Django Software Foundation, and we show you how to get started with this user-friendly web framework.
Python-based Web framework gets early glimpse of version 1.2
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