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Can someone give me a high-level overview of DD? What else does it do besides scaffolding?

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Hello,Having spent the past couple of weeks looking into DD, I'm impressed with the ease and speed with which you can get a CRUD web site up and running.However, I've come across a few things in the last day or so that make me think I'm missing a major part of DD. I've seen hints of much, much more in there. For example, some of the posts on Stephen Naughton's blog mention all sorts of things that look really clever, but are a bit past my understanding of DD at the moment. This makes me feel there's a lot more in there that I have realised.So, can anyone give me an overview of the full picture of what DD offers? Is there more to it than just scaffolding?Thanks

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