Django for Beginners

Learn to build web applications using Django – 4 framework

This is an introductory course, where you will learn about how to develop web applications using Django. you will be gaining a basic level understanding about Django after completing this course. you will be able to develop web applications after completing this course.

What you’ll learn

  • Django 3.
  • Installation of python.
  • Setup project for Django.
  • Create custom App in Django.
  • Learn Application Development Process.
  • What are Models in Django and Creating Models in Django.
  • Create Views and Manage Views in Django.
  • Migrations in Django.
  • Work with URL’s and Path’s in Django.
  • Work with Templates in Django.
  • Output data to HTML templates.
  • Assign styles in Django.

Course Content

  • Introduction –> 4 lectures • 16min.
  • Building the student Details Application –> 6 lectures • 36min.
  • Building the application code & Conclusion –> 2 lectures • 30min.

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This is an introductory course, where you will learn about how to develop web applications using Django. you will be gaining a basic level understanding about Django after completing this course. you will be able to develop web applications after completing this course.

 

This Course Covers various topics that are listed below:

 

  • Introduction to Django & It’s Advantages
  • Environmental Setup for Python & Django
  • Everything you need to know about Virtual Environment in Django
  • Creating a Students App and  adding the necessary files
  • Components of Django and its Architecture
  • What are Models and How to work with them (Theory)
  • Models and Migrations (Coding)
  • Learning to create views in Django
  • What is Admin Module in Django and Basic CRUD in Admin Module
  • Understanding Views and URLS in Django
  • Create styles using CSS

And by the end of this course, You will be able to build a student detail application that helps to view data of different students present in the database.

 

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