Adding a CMS to Your Flask Web App Transcripts
Chapter: Course conclusion
Lecture: Thanks and goodbye

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0:00 That's when our close things out by saying thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Thank you for taking this course with me.
0:05 Thank you. Supporting all the work that I'm doing around creating educational material. And by taking this class, you're absolutely doing that.
0:13 So follow me on Twitter, where I'm at M. Kennedy. Listen to the talk by thunder Me podcast if you don't already.
0:19 And I hope that you can take this concept of adding a CMS to a data driven Web app and bring those two together to create the best of both worlds and
0:27 whatever you're building, we definitely have done that or us over talked by phone training
0:32 So a training dot talk by fund out of em when you go visit the
0:36 public details about a course page or are pricing policy or environmental policy all many many
0:43 of the non data driven parts of that website are powered not by something similar,
0:47 but almost exactly the same thing that you see going on over here in this course And it has been working beautifully,
0:54 and I can definitely recommend it, put it into your application because it adds that capability that many people need to go
1:01 and edit the website without changing the code without being a developer, and I think you'll find it super, super useful. Thanks for taking the course.

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