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A Social Code-Sharing Site

So far you've been using Django to build content management applications. In these types of applications, an administrator logs in to a special interface and posts some content, after which the system displays that content publicly with little or no interaction from general site visitors. While this sort of application covers a huge amount of common web-development tasks, it doesn't cover everything, and it's not the limit of what Django can do.

So for your third Django application, I'll show you how to build a user-driven application with much more interactivity and some social-style features—specifically, ...

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