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Learning Django Web Development by Ratan Kumar, Sanjeev Jaiswal

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Chapter 3. Code Style in Django

As you are coming from the Python background, you must already have written lots of code, and, of course have enjoyed it too.

Python code is easy to maintain and works on both small projects or in solving any competitive programming contest; you can do either by storing Python code locally or by storing it in a public folder for easier sharing. But, if you are working on a collaborative project, especially web development, then it makes everything different from other traditional coding. This not only needs discipline, like following the project's code syntax, but you may also end up writing extensive documentation for your code. While working with any version control tools, such as GIT, your commit messages (which ...

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