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When you send data or arguments to a Django application via a POST request, they are saved in the form of a dictionary-like object of the class QueryDict. This object is a dictionary-like object, which means you can use practically all of the dictionary's functions.

In Django, GET is an HTTP method that encapsulates data in a string and uses it to create a URL. The data keys and values, as well as the address to which the data must be sent, are all included in the URL.

Using buttons, submit and handle a POST request in Django. Create the framework for your text-based content. To display content on the front end, create designed templates. In template code, use complex model relationships.

  • Create the Foundation Project.
  • Extend the Django User Model.
  • Add a Post-Save Hook to your code.

To request data from the server, use the GET command. POST: sends data to the server to be processed.

GET is a way for sending data to a page by adding it to the request. POST is an HTTP header-based technique for transferring data. Only a small amount of data is delivered. It's under 1500 characters long.

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