The Definitive Guide to Django
by A. Holovaty, J. Kaplan-Moss
Publisher: Apress 2007
Number of pages: 447
Django is the Python–based equivalent to the Ruby on Rails web development framework. The authors show you how they use this framework to create award–winning web sites. This is the first edition of the Django Book. It covers 0.96, which is different than the most recent version of Django, 1.0.
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