We used Pegasus to start a new client project. In just a few minutes we had a well thought out foundational web app. This allowed us to get straight into the meat of the project by simply expanding on the backend and frontend. Pegasus is perfect for new projects with small teams.
Good question! Pegasus is a starter template that uses Cookiecutter to provide a completely customized Django starter project. Instead of starting with Django's default skeleton project, you start with a whole bunch of extra work done for you!
Check out this video to see how easy it is to get up and running with Pegasus in under five minutes.
In short, Pegasus is for developers who want to jump start their projects.
For a longer treatment of this question, see "Is Pegasus right for me?"
Sadly, not easily.
Pegasus is primarily for new projects and is not designed to integrate into existing codebases. You can still use it as a reference and get value from the examples gallery, but this might involve a fair bit of copy/paste. You've been warned!
We don't want you to be disappointed! If Pegasus isn't what you expected you can email us within 30 days for a full refund—no questions asked.
Well, we might ask you why you didn't like it so we can make it better in the future, but you don't have to answer and you'll still get your money back right away.
No—with some caveats.
Most of Pegasus is built with pure, standard Django views, and the overwhelming majority of functionality has no React.js dependencies whatsoever.
If you are planning on using the teams feature, the management UI is dependent on React, so you'll need to reimplement a few things if you drop it.
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