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06 septiembre
2008

djangocon 2008: brian rosner on newforms-admin

the new way to manage things in the django admin interface

The first django congress website

A quick one this time, Brian covered the most important new features/changes in the django admin interface due to the merge of the newforms-admin branch into the trunk.

Things like the new formset concept, the admin.autodiscover() method or the new way to define edit_inline in your models.

One of the highlights of this talk, for me, is to know that now you can have multiple, independent, admin sites in the same project (nice!).

Now on to Jacob Kaplan Moss - State of Django (while having lunch).

UPDATE: during the questions round, a guy have explained how he use two different admin sites in a project, to give access to different kind of data to different users. That's pretty insteresting, as you can show different admin control panels for (for example) contributors, authors, editors, etc.

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