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Django Screencasts - Syndication Framework Part I [ID:508] (1/7)

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In this screencast I cover implementing Django’s syndication framework into an existing application.

We’ll start with a simple blogging application and walk through what it takes to get syndication (rss feeds) implemented, covering modifications to the urls.py, implementation of a Feed class, creation of the templates, as well as adding syndication auto-detection in the browser.

See full show notes at: http://michaeltrier.com/2007/10/17/django-screencasts-episode-001.

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A great screen cast, nice production. short concise and clear. good job!


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8. anonymous Thu, 25 Jun 2009 21:17

Don't seem to be able to find the source code downloads for this series. They're 404 on his site, too...


I'm using Textmate on mac osx. My setup is pretty much the same as here: http://railscasts.com/about. I'm using the railscast theme which is a variant on VibrantInk. I use the Monaco font.


6. anonymous Sat, 16 Aug 2008 10:02

What is the development environment / font used in the screencast?


5. anonymous Fri, 25 Apr 2008 09:56

I'm looking at a bunch of different python frameworks now, and being able to see apps developed in real time like this is a massive time saver, not to mention informative.

Thanks allot for taking the time out to make these.


Review of Django Screencasts - Syndication Framework Part I

thx for doing this :)

i ike watching your videos and i learn a lot!


Hi Michael. Just a quick note to say that I've started some publicity for this video:

http://blog.showmedo.com/2008/02/16/new-django-videos-at-showmedo/

which goes out to the Planet Pythons and I aim to give you some more coverage later in the week.

Ian.

ps. I've noticed that your videos are not being listed in our Python portal...I think we have a bug. You'll get more viewers once we figure out the problem and fix it (sorry about this!).


Wow great video, hope to see more soon (Only recommendation is to make consistent the transitions, for example if it finishes with 'page-flipped' , next one starts with same 'page-flipped')


Video published, thanks for contributing to ShowMeDo


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