The simple CMS you built in the last two chapters was a good example of how Django’s bundled applications can help you get a project off the ground quickly and without much code; but most of the time you’ll probably be developing things that aren’t covered quite so neatly by prebuilt applications included with Django itself. Django still has a lot to offer in these situations, mostly by taking the bulk of repetitive work off your shoulders. Over the rest of this book you’ll be writing applications from scratch and seeing how Django’s components can make that a much easier and much less painful process. Let’s start with something that’s quickly becoming a necessity for any organization that goes online: a weblog.
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