Adding a CMS to Your Flask Web App Transcripts
Chapter: Course conclusion
Lecture: You've done it

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0:00 we've come to the end of the course and you've made it to the finish line
0:04 You now have merged the abilities and the powers of these data driven Web applications
0:11 with that of a CMS. You no longer need something like WordPress or Jumla or
0:16 some other tooling. There's a separate thing to allow you to create this great content
0:21 and then have this other app type of thing where your logic lives and people can log in and do stuff. No, these convey the same thing as you've seen.
0:31 So let's take this last final section in review What you learned. We started out with Pipi. I not exactly pipi I but our clone of it
0:41 and it looked pretty similar and it had much of the core functionality and everything else we need to add to really make it.
0:48 Pipi. I well, wouldn't have added a whole lot, right, so we started out with what was basically a rich, working, data driven Web application.
0:57 That means there's a database with a bunch of entries,
0:59 and the pages are structured very much around showing elements of those database entries like you can see the bottom. We have new releases,
1:07 and it's showing the title and the sub subtitle where you call that little description summary of each one in this long,
1:14 less down there. Right? So we took this idea, which is very common, and we added on this CMS functionality.
1:21 Now we can go to the admin section in the top right log in, create new page and just start writing. We no longer have to write code.
1:28 We can just use that aspect of our website toe add things where there's not too

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