In this article we review last week's Create a Simple Django App code challenge. The Django fever continues ...
bbelderbos created Django Registration App - from the PR:
I created a Django registration / login system using django-registration and gmail. I used purecss and django-crispy-forms for styling. I deployed it to Heroku. What's cool about it is that I can re-use this code for other new projects where this functionality is often required. I will do an article this week detailing some of the challenges I had to get this working ...
asutosh97 practiced Django by building the intro tutorial's polls app. Indeed a good way to get started (the Django docs are great!)
As there is no deadline to these challenges, we will update here when you submit any other cool Django apps for this challenge ... Just follow our instructions and start coding!
A couple of weeks ago Julian wrote a nice article on refactoring.
Refactoring is an essential skill in the developer's toolbox. Stay tuned for our new challenge tomorrow where we have you go find ugly/dark/wtf parts of your code to turn it into beautiful Python. See you tomorrow!
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