Once you’ve created your data models, Django automatically gives you a database-abstraction API that lets you create, retrieve, update and delete objects. This document explains how to use this API. Refer to the data model reference for full details of all the various model lookup options.
So our testmodel is a simple Note where we store text from the user. This is our base for e-lo on web.
We feed e-lo some text and select a of several NLP functions that will be implemented later (Some of them are implemented, but must interfaced with Django, now they are interfaced with class cmd.Cmd([completekey[, stdin[, stdout]]]).