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Python Django Basics Final Details Content Field

Dillon Reyna
Dillon Reyna
9,531 Points

Is most of Django done in the Admin panel?

The majority of this course so far seems to be instructions on how to properly set up the back-end admin panel, so that we can include all of the information we wish to in our course.

Is this standard across most Django projects - where most of our work lies in the Admin panel?

How would this work with a web-app that's less text-heavy? (For example, Headspace, which mostly serves audio instead of text.)

1 Answer

Haydar Al-Rikabi
Haydar Al-Rikabi
5,971 Points

For the end user of your website, there are two ways to work with data:

  1. Django's admin site.
  2. Model forms that you can learn about in this course: https://teamtreehouse.com/library/django-forms