As is the way of Software Projects, I’m starting to get a bit of pressure from the customer about delivery.
As is slightly less usual in such circumstances, the question I’m being asked is “when are you going to get out there and mow that lawn ?”
Fortunately, Django is “for perfectionists with deadlines” …or minions with gardening chores waiting (probably) so I’d better crack on.
Now, I could do with some assistance. Fortunately, these guys will be around to help :
In case you haven’t been following the story to date, this project is to create an Application to allow my better half to look at which movies we have on DVD or Blu-Ray.
So far my Django journey has consisted of :
- Setting it up to run on Apache on a Raspberry Pi
- Taking a closer look at the database objects that Django generates
Django follows the Model-View-Controller (MVC) pattern of application design. Having spent some time looking at the Database (Model) layer, we’re now going to turn our attention to the View (what the end-user sees) and the Controller ( the application logic that makes the application work).