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Practical Django Projects, Second Edition by James Bennett

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C H A P T E R   9

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Form Processing in the Code-Sharing Application

All of your Django applications so far—with the exception of the comments system for the weblog—have been focused exclusively on systems in which trusted members of a site's staff enter content through Django's administrative interface, rather than on interactive features that let ordinary users submit content to be displayed. For this new application, though, you're going to need a way to allow users to submit their snippets of code. You'll also want to make sure that their submissions are in a format that works with the data models you've set up.

Fortunately, Django is going ...

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