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Django 1.2 e-commerce by Jesse Legg

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Django as an e-commerce platform

Many of the problems that affect content-driven websites actually affect all businesses, even traditional brick-and-mortar ones. For instance, consider a restaurant that offers a menu of daily specials or whose menu changes frequently based on the selection of fresh food available in the city or region. To market this menu on the Web requires tools for quickly producing and updating content. We can imagine similar examples in the retail world, where product inventories ebb and flow depending on seasons, styles, and trends.

In the online world, this kind of content production is often taken for granted. The entire business of Amazon.com is built around a large, structured, and highly-detailed database of product ...

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