Django is a high-level Python free open source web framework designed to make common Web- development tasks in a fast and easy way. It is used to ease the creation of complex, database-driven websites. For building a website,there is always a need of similar set of components: a way to handle user authentication (signing up, signing in, signing out), a management panel for your website, forms, a way to upload files etc. When building a new site web developers face similar problems, so frameworks (Django being one of them) provide ready-made components to use.

Web server reads the letter and then sends a response with a webpage. But when you need to send something, you need to have some content. And Django is something that helps you create the content.

Django help developers to take applications from concept to completion as quickly as possible.

Django helps developers avoid many common security mistakes.

Some of the busiest sites on the Web leverage Django’s ability to quickly and flexibly scale.

Why Django:

Many of Django packages available which are already included.

Django has plenty of supporters and a few detractors.

It has a strong design philosophy, robust scalability, security and huge community support, runs some of the most recognised, high traffic enterprises on the internet.

Benefits of Django:

Django web framework is written on the quick and powerful Python language. Python works on any platform and is also open source.

It provide quick web project development and delivers transparent and high-quality code writing, making it important for developers, and equally important for customers.

Code written is transparent, clean code, thus development can be both efficient and effective.

ACL (Access Control List) – It make us able to add new users and user rights as making user groups with rights to edit/delete content.

Course overview:

This course is for beginners as well as for programmers who already have some experience in an object-oriented programming language. Python knowledge is ideal but not mandatory to get started. In addition, you should have basic knowledge in web application development with databases.

Through the development of a fully functional and useful product (an eCommerce site) you’ll learn test driven development, how to write maintainable code, efficient Git branching, and much more, all while focusing on the software engineering practices that go into developing great software.

The goal is to give you enough technical knowledge to understand how Django works, but this isn’t intended to be a tutorial or reference – but we’ve got both.

Introduction to Django

- What is django
- Django History
- Design Philosphies
- Why Django
- Advantages of django


- installation of python3
- Creating virtual Environment
- Installing Django
- Django basic setup

First App using Django

- Components Required
- How to Create a Django App
- Project structure
- Django basics
- How to run a django app

Fundamentals of Django

- Introduction of ongoing project
- Case daigram
- class daigrams
- Wireframes
- Models
- Migrating the models
- Experimenting with models Api
- Summary of models Operations
- Views,templates and Static files
- Django template Engine setup
- Static files setup

Django Advanced Concepts

- Intro to Django-admin
- Into to Django -urls
- Basic Urls
- Advanced urls
- Using the Urls api
- List of useful url patterens

Reusable Templates

- Resuable templates
- Forms
- How not implement a form
- Right way of creating the forms
- Rendering Bootstrap forms
- Reusable forms
- templates


- Wireframes
- Initial setup
- signup
- referencing the autheticated user in template
- Adding email field to form
- Improving the signup template
- Logout
- displaying menu for authenticated User
- Login
- Login non Field errors
- Creating custom template tags

Django-Password Reset

- Console email backend
- Configuring the routes
- Password reset view
- Password reset done View
- Password Reset confirm View
- Password reset Complete View
- Password Change View

Django ORM

- Protecting Views
- Configuring login next redirect
- Accessing the authenticated user
- Topic post view
- Reply Post view
- Querysets
- Migrations

Django Class-Based Views

- Views Strategies
- Function Based Views
- Class Based Views
- Generic Class Based View
- Update View
- ListView
- Pagination
- FBV Pagination
- GCBV Pagination
- Reusable pagination template

Django App Deployment on AWS

- Introduction to AWS
- How to create an Instance
- How to Install Apache and Related Libraries
- How to tranform files from Local Server to AWS
- Linking of Django App to AWS


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    June 9, 2017 at 09:52 am

    Thank you so much because before taking this course, my future with my Facebook Store was dark. However, after taking this course, my revenue went 3X and there's no sight of sales going down.

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