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Learning Django Web Development by Ratan Kumar, Sanjeev Jaiswal

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Chapter 4. Building an Application Like Twitter

In the previous chapters, we learned about better ways to write our code. Keeping those points in mind, it is high time that we get started with real Django project development and learn about views, models, and templates.

The first part of each section in this chapter will be about the basics and how things work in the particular subject it deals with. This will include proper practices, standard methods, and important terminology.

The second part of each section will be the application of that concept in our mytweets Django application development. The first parts can be thought of as chapter descriptions of the subjects and the second parts as exercises in the form of our Django project, which is ...

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