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The Django Book

The Django Book
Welcome to the online version of The Django Book, a free book about the Django Web framework for the Python programming language. A warning about this edition The community edition of The Django Book is in transition. While the book mentions Django version 1.4 in places, the vast majority of the book is for Django version 1.0, which was released over four years ago. Therefore this resource is extremely out of date and, until the book is finished being updated, we ask that, at this time, djangobook.com not be used for educational purposes. This book was originally published by Apress in 2009 and covered Django version 1.0.

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