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Talk Python - Django Getting Started Course

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Talk Python - Django Getting Started Course
Released 12/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 2560x1440 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English | Duration: 198 Lessons (5h 58m) | Size: 1.25 GB
Django is one of the most popular web frameworks for coding in Python. It includes libraries for: templating HTML content, URL routing, views, a robust Object Relational Model (ORM) for mapping classes to database queries, HTML form management, a built-in administrative tool, and much more. This course teaches you how to build your first Django project and guides you through the key parts of the library.

Source code and course GitHub repository
Application Development Approach
This course is constructed around a project called Alexandria, a virtual library. Each chapter covers a new Django concept, but it also adds a feature to the application. As you proceed through the course you will not only learn more about Django but also be building features and tests as you would for developing real world software.
What will you learn in this course?
While building our Django app, you will
Set up a new project
Understand Django's project structure
How to use the Django database ORM, including: common fields, writing queries, Foreign Keys and related objects, and light-weight migrations
Create function-based views: the code that responds to the browser
Turn data to HTML with HTML Templates
User management: Creating users, managing logins, password resets, and the
Built-in admin for users
Data management: Loading / saving database fixtures
Mapping URLs and URL patters to function-based views with URL routing
HTML Forms: GET vs POST, submitting data to server, and using the forms library
Considerations when deploying Django
Third party libraries: A quick tour of popular libraries and how to install them
View the full course outline.
Who is this course for?
This course is for anyone who wants to learn how to build web applications using Django.
An intermediate understanding of the Python language is recommended, students should be comfortable with functions, variables, data types such as dictionaries.
Additionally, familiarity with basic web concepts is of value including common HTML tags, basic CSS style sheets, and HTTP Verbs such as GET and POST.
Follow along with subtitles and transcripts
Each course comes with subtitles and full transcripts. The transcripts are available as a separate searchable page for each lecture. They also are available in course-wide search results to help you find just the right lecture.

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