We’ll add an address form to our homepage.
- [Instructor] In the last video,…we set some goals for this section.…Let's go start at here by adding…a form for addresses.…Remember, when I land on the homepage,…I type my address into a form.…So the first thing we need to do here…is create a new form.…To do this, first go to forms.py,…and create a new class named address form.…So type class AddressForm[Form].…The address form will have one field…for address, and it's a string field,…so you can name it address,…and it has a simple presence validator on it…so we can use the DataRequired validator,…and the customary method here could be…"Please enter an address".…
The form will also have a submit button,…so go ahead and type that out here.…Next let's use this form in rouse.py.…So open up rouse.py…and at the top,…let's import the new address form…from forms, just like this.…Then, create a new usable instance…of address form in the home function,…so form equals AddressForm.…Now following the examples in the…signup function and login function above,…a form has two states,…
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