NamedQuerySets are the foundation for quickly defining, building, and publishing the contents of a Django QuerySet. You start with a plain QuerySet, give it a name, and define some public filters. After some basic templating, you've got a newegg-style content browser. The filter state is a small string, so that after drilling down in the content browser, the same filter can be bookmarked, turned into an RSS feed, a website widget, or email alerts (like Google Alert) without much extra effort.
NamedQuerySets also support browsing/filtering of multiple querysets on the same page, automatically maintaining each NQS's filter state independently within the URL querystring.
The code works, but the API isn't finalized yet. A handful or two of issues are under active development, before we declare 1.0.
For a demo of NamedQuerySets in action, visit http://www.chinabizevents.com/
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