I'm fairly new to django, but I'm a bit stumped on what the best practice is for what I would like to do.
In my web-app, when the user opens the page, django provides a JSON object through the context. The object contains a database of 100 objects.
The purpose of the page is to allow the user to select any number of objects from this list, and then when they click "SAVE", the users selections are saved in another database table.
Now, one option is to make it so that every time the person adds or removes an object, a django view is called, the object is added to the DB, and then user is returned to the page via