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Django Core | A Reference Guide To Core Django Concepts

Dive in deep to the core concepts behind the power Django framework written in Python. Using Django 1.10 with Python 3

What Will I Learn?

  • Django Models
  • Model Instance Methods & Properties
  • Model-level field validation
  • Django Forms and Formsets
  • Form validation
  • Model Form
  • Function Based Views (FBVs)
  • Class Based Views (CBVs)
  • CRUD in Django Views (Create Retrieve Update Delete List)
  • Django Templates
  • Django translation
  • Deploying Django on a Live Server| Heroku, Webfaction, Linode, Digital Ocean
  • Celery + Redis for asynchronous tasks and scheduled tasks
  • and much more!
  • Requirements are Python 2.7 or 3.3 and Django 1.8 & up
  • We use Python 3 and Django 1.10 in this one

Requirements

  • Try Django 1.8 & Up (suggested course is Try Django 1.9 as it has Try Django 1.8 too)
  • Python knowledge is a plus (30 Days of Python is a suggested course)

Description

Our philosophy is teaching individuals how to code by going through step by step projects. This drives the majority of our content with one exception: the Django Core course.

In this course, we go in-depth into various Django concepts to provide a comprehensive guide to topics that include:

  • Django Models
  • Model Instance Methods & Properties
  • Model-level field validation
  • How models map to databases and Primary Keys
  • Django Forms and Formsets
  • Relating Data with Foreign Keys in Django
  • Handling Subdomains with Django Hosts
  • Form validation
  • Model Form
  • Function Based Views (FBVs)
  • Class Based Views (CBVs)
  • CRUD in Django Views (Create Retrieve Update Delete List)
  • Django Templates
  • Template Inheritance
  • Template shortcuts & Filters
  • Django translation
  • and much more!

We built this for students looking for a in-depth look at the above concepts. We encourage you to have some experience with Django such as our Try Django series (1.8 & Up) which is available on Udemy.

Who is the target audience?

  • Requirements are Python 2.7 or 3.3 and Django 1.8 & up
  • We use Python 3 and Django 1.10 in this one
  • Anyone looking to learn more about Django
  • Any student looking to build robust cutting edge web applications
  • Python Users
  • Django beginners with some experience, like doing our Try Django (1.8 & up Series)

Created by Justin Mitchel
Last updated 1/2017
English

Size: 3.32 GB

Download here: Udemy – Django Core A Reference Guide to Core Django Concepts

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