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Django developers mostly concern themselves with the dynamic parts of web applications -- the views and templates that render new for each request. But web applications have other parts: the static media files (images, CSS, Javascript, etc.) that are needed to render a complete web page.

For small projects, this isn't a big deal, because you can just keep the media somewhere your web server can find it. However, in bigger projects -- especially those comprised of multiple apps -- dealing with the multiple sets of static files provided by each application starts to get tricky.

That's what staticfiles is for: it collects media from each of your applications (and any other places you specify) into a single location that can easily be served in production.

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