Django is a high-level, open-source web framework that allows developers to build web applications quickly and efficiently. It is written in Python and follows the Model-View-Controller (MVC) architectural pattern, which encourages the separation of concerns between the data, presentation, and logic layers of an application.
Web development is the process of designing, building, and maintaining websites and web applications. It involves a wide range of tasks and technologies, including front-end and back-end development, user experience (UX) design, database management, and web server configuration.
Web development can be divided into two main categories:
Back-end development (Server-side): Back-end development deals with the server-side logic, data processing, and database management that support the front-end. Back-end developers create and maintain the underlying infrastructure that powers a website or web application. They work with server-side programming languages (e.g., Python, PHP, Ruby, Java, or Node.js), databases (e.g., MySQL, PostgreSQL, or MongoDB), and server technologies (e.g., Apache, Nginx, or IIS) to build the systems that process user input, manage data, and serve content to the front-end.
Master Django web development by building a real-world, fully functional Law Firm Management System from scratch. This comprehensive, hands-on course will guide you through Django’s essential concepts, best practices, and advanced features, allowing you to create a professional and robust web application.
In this course, you’ll learn how to:
- Learn how to set up and organize a Django project, including apps, settings, and configurations.
- Understand how to create models to represent data entities, relationships, and constraints in the application.
- Learn how to use Django’s migration system to manage and evolve the database schema.
- Understand the concept of views in Django and how to create functional views or class-based views to handle different types of requests.
- learn how to define and configure URL patterns and route requests to the appropriate views.
- Understand the Django templating language and how to create reusable templates for rendering HTML content.
- Learn how to use template inheritance to create a consistent look and feel across the entire application.
- Learn how to use built-in and custom template tags and filters to manipulate data and add functionality within templates.
- Understand how to create and process forms in Django, including form validation, error handling, and saving data to the database.
- Learn how to implement Create, Read, Update, and Delete operations in a Django application.
- Learn how to manage and serve static and media files in a Django application.
- Understand how to integrate third-party libraries, such as Bootstrap , into a Django application.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner Web Developers
- Beginners and intermediate developers looking to master Django web development.
- Basic understanding of Python programming
Last Updated 4/2023