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Python Django Class-based Views Classy Views CRUDs

Django Class-based Views Tinotenda Tariro Mhishi Challenge Task 1 of 3

Ready to give up on this challenge. Kenneth Love

from django.views.generic import ListView, DetailView

from . import models

class ArticleList(ListView):
    model = models.Article

class ArticleDetail(DetailView):
    model = models.Article


1 Answer

Kenneth Love
Kenneth Love
Treehouse Guest Teacher

For step one, you need to make three views, one each for create, update, and delete. For example, you'd make class ArticleCreate(CreateView):.