Lock Down Your Django App - Django Wednesdays #27


In this video I'll show you how to lock down your Django App With Authentication.

In our Django App, we have pages that we don't want everyone to see. We only want logged in users to be able to add or update Events and Venues. How do we do that?

In this video we'll use is_authenticated() to lock down the entire app.

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