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Chapter: Days 53-56: Django part 2 - registration and login
Lecture: Lesson introduction

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0:00 Hello, and welcome back to the 100 Days of Web in Python. Day 53, Django, Part Two, Registration and Login. This will be an important module
0:12 and a very useful skill to add to your Django toolbox and that is to have a registration and a login to your application.
0:20 In this lesson, we're going to further extend the Quotes app to add login and registration to it and we are going to link the user model
0:29 to the Quotes model, so that quotes have an owner. And we're going to make sure that a user can only edit her or her own quotes. That's quite a bit
0:40 but luckily we have the Django registration plugin that takes a lot of this complexity away for us. In this lesson
0:48 we're going to look at the brand new 3.0 version that just came out last month and walk through it, use it, implement it
0:55 go through some of the struggles I had so you will even probably save some time by following my steps. And you will also see me using Sendgrid
1:04 an email delivery service to handle the emailing from Django. So, I'm exciting to teach this because this will really get your Django app
1:13 to the next level.

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