Learn Django Basics by Building Real Projects: Employee Directory and Todo App
- Basic Python, HTML
If you are interested in learning how to build web applications with Django, this course is for you. In this course, you will learn the basics of web development using Django, a popular Python web framework. You will gain practical experience by building two real-world projects – an employee directory and a todo app.
The course is designed for beginners with little to no prior Django knowledge, as well as developers with experience in other programming languages who want to learn Django. By the end of the course, you will have a solid understanding of the Django framework and be able to build your own web applications using Django best practices.
The course is divided into modules that cover each aspect of building a Django web application. You will start by setting up your development environment and creating a new Django project. Then, you will learn how to define database models using Django’s Object-Relational Mapping (ORM) system and use Django’s built-in admin panel to manage data.
You will also learn how to create views and templates to render dynamic content and handle user input, also manage the data by performing the CRUD operations.
Throughout the course, you will be building two projects. The first project is an employee directory, which will allow you to manage employee data. The second project is a todo app, which will allow you to create and manage tasks, and mark tasks as completed or uncompleted. This course will also contain an assignment for you.
By the end of this course, you will have gained practical experience in building web applications with Django and be able to apply what you have learned to your own projects. So, don’t wait, ENROLL NOW.
Who this course is for:
- Beginner programmers who want to learn how to build web applications using Python and Django
- Developers with experience in other programming languages who want to transition to Python and Django
- Students who are interested in pursuing a career in web development or software engineering
- Anyone who wants to improve their knowledge of Django and build upon their existing Python skills
- Individuals who have some experience with Django but want to review the basics and fill in any gaps in their knowledge.
4 sections • 21 lectures • 1h 54m total length