Hours of Content: 6
Django is a powerful web development framework that is taking the current market by storm, allowing developers to build powerful dynamic websites or apps. Django encourages clean and pragmatic designed apps, that can be built quickly on their framework. Using Python, Django can build heavy websites with fewer lines of codes.
Django relies on ideologies such as reusability and "pluggability", rapid development and they don’t repeat your principle. It uses Python as a programming language, which makes writing codes even easier. Django also provides an optional administrative create, read, update and delete the interface that is generated dynamically through introspection and configured via admin models.
Popular websites such as Instagram, Public Broadcasting Service, The Washington Times and Pinterest have been built on Django.
Do you want to learn Django? Build complex, database-driven websites? You’ve come to the right place!
While, there are hundreds of different courses and tutorials available on the internet, so why should you choose this one? While other courses focuses heavily on theory or teaching you the basics, once the course is over, students are often left confused without any idea of what they can do next. Not in this course!
Our tutorial adheres to ‘learn by doing’ approach. In this course, not only will you go over theoretical aspects of Django, but you will learn how to actually build websites with this amazing framework. The instructor will go through each project with you, helping you not only learn Django, but also how you can build real-world websites and apps. At the end of this course, you will have the knowledge as well as the confidence for practical applications.
You will learn 5 different projects in the duration of this course that will range from easy to more complex applications. Starting with a simple website, you will then progress on to creating a shopping cart, complete with a mock check out.
Let’s look at projects you will cover:
Project 1: Database Driven Website – You will learn how to tie a website into a database, as well as how to use dynamic code into HTML pages.
Project 2: Django app – You will learn how to build a complete functional app, as well as how it communicates with other apps.
Project 3: Email sent form – In this project, you will learn how to use the messaging component in Django by creating an email form that will be sent to a real email account.
Project 4: Ecommerce website – In this one, you will learn how to design a complete e-commerce website, along with a cart and a checkout process.
Project 5: User authentication – You will learn how to do user authentication, where users can sign up and log in.
So, what are you waiting for? Let’s get down to it and start building Django websites!
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