The Django Bible | Python for Web Developer
The Django Bible | Python for Web Developer | Size: 14.9 GB
Build 6 stunning web apps, Learn Back End Web Development using django 3.1.2 and plus!
What you'll learn
Build any website you want ranging from online blog to e-commerce
Python basics like data-types, loops, decision-makings, file handling, libraries, modules, date-times etc.
Object oriented Programming and its features like: Inheritance, Polymorphism, Operator Overloading
Learn Python and build core fundamental logic
Learn about apps, templates, models & migrations, admin customization & more
Learn by creating 6 web application
Use Django as a back end for the websites
Learn about client and server side programming
Proper Internet Connection for downloading some packages
Some programming background would be helpful but not mandatory
Have you ever wonder how to create a Web application but didn't know where to start? Have you previously tried to learn Django but got fed up with impertinent course videos and poorly written tutorials?
Then, you ended up on the right course!
In this course, I will take you through the basics of python through Django basics and all the way of creating real-world web applications. Wouldn't it be the craziest experience if you could build any web application after learning this single course?
What is Django and Why to use it?
Django is an open-source python web framework used for rapid development, pragmatic, maintainable, clean design, and secures websites. A web application framework is a toolkit of all components need for application development.
The main goal of the Django framework is to allow developers to focus on components of the application that are new instead of spending time on already developed components. It is fully featured than many other frameworks on the market. It takes care of a lot of hassle. involved in web development; enables users to focus on developing components needed for their application.
Choosing a language and framework because you used it on your last project