My first Django app has no real use other than it's terribly pleasing to click that random link (well it is for me). Does anyone really need to bookmark a color? I don't know, but now you can.

I do attempt to determine if the text color needs to be white or black but other than that it's pretty dumb. I was just pleased to have a completely senseless idea and get it up and live within a few hours with Django and Python.

I'm in the middle of creating a specialized CMS for Amber's print site in Django. Whenever I'm working on a project of that size, and in a new framework, I like to make simple little projects to test ideas. In this case I wanted to see how Django handled load, errors, and how to get mod_python and Django working correctly in a production environment.

Plus also I kind of liked the idea of owning a Google result for a hex color.



This may be quite useful for designers to show clients the difference in how colors look between different operating systems. Just a thought.


Now you just need to work out dynamical generated fav icons, ahahahaha! should be fun.

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before this i wrote apple iic unboxing after this i wrote sometimes red sometimes blue


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