Django forms work with an object that inherits from the
Form class. This object will handle much of the work we have done manually in the previous example.
When displaying the form, it will generate the contents of the form template. We may change the type of field that the object sends to the template if needed.
While receiving the data, the object will check the contents of each form element. If there is an error, the object will send a clear error to the client. If there is no error, we are certain that the form data is correct.
Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is an attack that targets a user who is loading a page that contains a malicious request. The malicious script uses the authentication ...