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Create the HTML file /locallibrary/catalog/templates/catalog/book_list.html and copy in the text below. As discussed above, this is the default template file expected by the generic class-based list view (for a model named Book in an application named catalog ).

Templates for generic views are just like any other templates (although of course the context/information passed to the template may differ). As with our index template, we extend our base template in the first line, and then replace the block named content .

The view passes the context (list of books) by default as object_list and book_list aliases; either will work.

We use the , else and endif template tags to check whether the book_list has been defined and is not empty. If book_list is empty, then the else clausedisplays text explaining that there are no books to list. If book_list is not empty, then we iterate through the list of books.

The condition above only checks for one case, but you can test on additional conditions using the elif template tag (e.g. {% elif var2 %} ). For more information about conditional operators see: , ifequal/ifnotequal , and ifchanged in Cobb Hill Hattie LaceUp Sandal Rockport Cobb Hill Collection ZgZ1BU
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The template uses the and endfor template tags to loop through the book list, as shown below. Each iteration populates the book template variable with information for the current list item.

While not used here, within the loop Django will also create other variables that you can use to track the iteration. For example, you can test the forloop.last variable to perform conditional processing the last time that the loop is run.

The code inside the loop creates a list item for each book that shows both the title (as a link to the yet-to-be-created detail view) and the author.

We access the fields of the associated book record using the "dot notation" (e.g. book.title and ), where the text following the book item is the field name (as defined in the model).

We can also call functions in the model from within our template — in this case we call Book.get_absolute_url() to get an URL you could use to display the associated detail record. This works provided the function does not have any arguments (there is no way to pass arguments!)

Note : We have to be a little careful of "side effects" when calling functions in templates. Here we just get a URL to display, but a function can do pretty much anything — we wouldn't want to delete our database (for example) just by rendering our template!

Open the base template ( /locallibrary/catalog/templates/ base_generic.html ) and insert {% url 'books' %} into the URLlink for All books , as shownbelow. This will enable the link in all pages (we can successfully put this in place now that we've created the "books" url mapper).

God revealed Godself as the one who will always be with his people. In some way the ongoing, merciful divine interaction with the lives of his people determine who God is: He is as they find him in their questions and answers, their hopes and struggles and triumphs. This sacred I AM is adopted by Jesus as his own: “that you may believe that I AM,” linking himself to the entire history of Israel, and of mankind.

While preaching in Pisidian Antioch (not the Sryian Antioch of Acts 11:19), Paul reviews some great moments of Israel’s history, with special attention to Moses, David and John the Baptist. The line of continuity extended from heaven to earth, then from the Patriarchs and Moses on to David, to John the Baptist, and to the one John announced, Jesus.

Within this line all through Israel’s long history from the eternal God to Jesus of Nazareth, some very disruptions disruptions and new situations occurred. Israel was persecuted and oppressed in Egypt. Then their entry to the land of promise was delayed for forty years while they wandered in the desert and even when it was won by conquest there was a long period before they were securely rooted there, with a united monarchy. Their first king, Saul was rejected as from the throne; and some centuries later the Davidic dynasty had also disappeared from history. This series of ups and downs, of rejection and renewal continued within the life of Jesus and of the church. One of his own disciples betrayed him, when Judas “raised his heel against me.” But just after announcing his betrayal, Jesus added, “I tell you this before it takes place, so that when it takes place you may know that I AM.”

Change of plans cuts across the line of continuity in history. At first, such interruptions seem to be a disaster. But in the life of Jesus such disruption marked the very presence of God: “that you may believe that I AM.” God suddenly moves in ways never anticipated in advance. We are not in control! It is not that we should be totally passive. On the example of Jesus and of Paul we turn to God in prayer, and realize from the start it is God who has directed all the events. We believe and can then be inwardly at peace.

When Jesus told his disciples to welcome children in his name, it was an important lesson. They were arguing about which of them was most important. But Jesus insisted that seeking social status was not a value for him and had no place the kingdom of God. What is of value in God’s kingdom is becoming servant of all, including servant of those whom the world does not consider of any standing or status, such as children. Like the disciples we can easily buy into a set of values that are not those of the kingdom of God. It is only by keeping our eyes fixed on Jesus and becoming more attentive to his word that we allow his values to shape how we think and speak and act. [MH]

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