Adding a CMS to Your Pyramid Web App Transcripts
Chapter: Welcome to the course
Lecture: Student expectations

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0:00 So what do we expect that you know, when you take this course, Obviously, beating the right expectations means you're going to get the most out of it.
0:07 You'll be able to fall along everything. So we assume that you know, Python. This is not a beginner Python course.
0:14 So it starts with an existing Python Web application, and we used Python to add a bunch of cool features to it. So we assume that you know, Python.
0:20 What we're doing is not massively Advanced Python.
0:23 It's not meta classes and all sorts of crazy programming, but you do have to be able to program in Python able to fall on.
0:30 Of course, this is about the Pyramid Web framework, and we're taking a nap written in Pyramid in extending it.
0:36 So you have to have a little bit of knowledge about pyramid again.
0:39 You don't have to be a complete expert, but having a tiny bit of experience will go a long way, and then the core Web foundations, HTML and CSS.
0:48 We use HTML. We use some CSS styles, but we don't really talk about them.
0:53 We talk about some of the more advanced features we talk about some form validation and some of the things like that, how we create some forms and we could submit them back to our site For our CMS admin side of things.
1:04 We use a little bit of styles. None of these air super intense again. But we don't start from scratch with us.
1:10 We assume, you know, pyramid a little bit.
1:12 We know you have some decent working capabilities in Python and that you're somewhat familiar with HTML and CSS.
1:19 Other than that, we cover most of things you need to know. We do.
1:22 You seek welcoming, but we haven't appendix that start from scratch there if you need to learn.

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