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Is it ok to start with templates in MVC development?

I'm new to web development and I've started working on a project in my company that uses DJANGO. I feel it flexible to start my development straight first from the templates. I think it will be easier ...
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What are the perks and drawbacks of using html templates versus building the html in-code [closed]

As far as I can see there are two ways of building a html page: "inside" the language (I'll call it building for lack of a better name) or outside the language (using templates). Let me explain a bit ...
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Why should I use a web framework's template language over python's templating options?

I'm coming from a python CGI background and was wanting to move into something more contemporary and think I have decided upon web.py as the framework I would like to use. In regards to templating, ...
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535 views

Next step after creating mock-up screens

I have created some mockup screens for my app in HTML/CSS. I have 4 screens in total. They contain no client-side coding i.e. Javascript or jQuery. The screens themselves are quite bland at the ...
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How should the cppcms template hierarchy be used

I understand that the hierarchy, in cppcms for templates, goes skin (topmost, representing a namespace), then view (representing a class) and finally template (representing a function). I want to ...
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The equivalent of a “Memorandum of Understanding” for programmers?

When one business acquires another, they use a Memorandum of Understanding, which is basically an agreement outlining the duties of each party, etc. I am about to begin a massive web development ...