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Before we start with models let's understand how to setup database to work with Django. Django comes pre bundled and ready to work with SQLite database, which for development and for very small lightweight websites would be enough to wor with, but if the scale of the website or the user-base of the website is even moderately high, SQLite is definitely not enough.
Although a simple concept, searching is something that many of us (developers) try skimping on and hence reduce the overall quality of user experience, due to irrelevant search results and illogical search ranking.
Often we need to have custom fields that must be calculated dynamically. In Entity-Relationship model notation the fields are called Derived Attributes. Such fields are derived from other fields of the same entity (model) and they might change over time (age, for example). We can create dynamic fields in django in more than one way.
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