Build a web app with Python and Django in less than 2 hours

Create a web app using Python and Django

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Build a web app with Python and Django in less than 2 hours

Description

Web development is the work involved in developing a website for the Internet or an intranet. Web development can range from developing a simple single static page of plain text to complex web applications, electronic businesses, and social network services.

Python is an interpreted high-level general-purpose programming language. Its design philosophy emphasizes code readability with its use of significant indentation. Its language constructs as well as its object-oriented approach aim to help programmers write clear, logical code for small and large-scale projects.

Django is a Python-based free and open-source web framework that follows the model–template–views architectural pattern. It is maintained by the Django Software Foundation.

Django is a high-level Python web framework that enables rapid development of secure and maintainable websites. Built by experienced developers, Django takes care of much of the hassle of web development, so you can focus on writing your app without needing to reinvent the wheel.

Django was designed to help developers take applications from concept to completion as quickly as possible.

Reassuringly secure.

Django takes security seriously and helps developers avoid many common security mistakes.

Exceedingly scalable.

Some of the busiest sites on the web leverage Django’s ability to quickly and flexibly scale.

Django is a collection of Python libs allowing you to quickly and efficiently create a quality Web application, and is suitable for both frontend and backend.

What You Will Learn!

  • Install and Setup Python
  • Install and Setup Django
  • Create and activate virtual environment
  • Create database model
  • Create routes
  • Create views
  • Implement templates

Who Should Attend!

  • Beginner Web Developer

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Tags

  • Web App Development

Subscribers

1951

Lectures

23

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