Adding a CMS to Your Pyramid 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.
0:06 You now have merged the abilities and the powers of these data driven Web applications with that of a CMS.
0:12 You no longer need something like WordPress or Jumla or some other tooling.
0:17 There's a separate thing to allow you to create this great content and then have this other app type of thing where your logic lives and people can log in and do stuff.
0:28 No, these convey the same thing as you've seen. So let's take this last final section in review What you learned. We started out with Pipi.
0:38 I not exactly pipi I but our clone of it, 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, and the pages are structured very much around showing elements of those database entries like you can see the bottom.
1:06 We have new releases, and it's showing the title and the sub subtitle where you call that little description summary of each one in this long, less down there.
1:15 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 much functionality required.

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