Python for the .NET Developer Transcripts
Chapter: Web frameworks
Lecture: The demo app

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0:00 I said I was excited about this chapter and I'm excited because we get to build a really cool application and building apps that are fun
0:08 well, that just makes me happy. Here is the web app that we're going to build. Guitary, going to rock your socks off.
0:14 So imagine we've created some kind of guitar company custom guitar manufacturer, and we want to create these and then sell them on our website.
0:22 And this is our website. Notice over here we've got the stuff. We've got some cool art and pictures of guitar stuff.
0:33 But more importantly, you can browse the guitars. So if we go over here and browse, here are our guitars. We have our AX Black our Acoustic Black
0:41 our Weezer Classic. We have a bunch of cool guitars down here. Now this is all the guitars. home/guitars. All right, get it this way
0:49 also pass all, doesn't really matter. We can also just look at just the electric guitars. Or just the acoustic guitars. Now you can't drill into them.
0:58 Kind of stopped at this point. Basically have this catalog of guitars and we can go and filter them and so on. Go back to our home page.
1:06 And right now this is static and memory data. Ultimately, later down the road when we get to the database section we're going to store all
1:13 of our guitars in the database and query them. So this is the web application we're going to build for this chapter
1:19 and we're going to continue to use it in the database chapter. Like I just said we're going to take this static data
1:23 and we're going to put it into the database and then query it back for this page and others.


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