Django is the most popular and mature Python web development framework. It lets you build better web apps quicker, and with less code. In this course, you will learn how to build your first web application with Django and Python.
Django is the most popular and most mature Python web development framework around. It makes it easy to build better Web apps more quickly and with less code. In this course, Django: Getting Started, you will learn how to build your first web application with Django. First, you will learn how to create a simple page showing a short text message. Next, you will discover how to create an HTML page using a Django template. Then, you will touch on how to create a database model so we can store and retrieve our data, and of course we'll see how to show that data on our pages. Finally, you will explore adding CSS styling to your site and how to use forms to enable a user to interact with our site. After finishing the course, you will have a good overview of all the essential parts of Django and how they work together, so that you can go on and build your own websites in Django.
After years of working in software development, Reindert-Jan Ekker switched to teaching programmers in 2010 and never looked back. He authors Pluralsight courses and teaches classes about Python, data science, devops (among others). Even though he squeezes some development jobs in here and there, teaching is his real passion and he is looking forward to share this passion with you.
Course Overview Hi, everyone. My name is Reindert‑Jan Ekker, and welcome to my course, Django: Getting Started. I'm a long‑time developer and educator, and in this course, I will teach you about creating web applications with Django, the web framework for perfectionists. Django is the most popular web development framework for Python, and it's awesome to work with. In this course, we're going to build a web application with Django, and along the way, you will learn about all its major components. We will cover templates and URL mappings, Django model classes, and the admin site, using HTML forms for user input and much more. By the end of this course, you will have a firm understanding of all of these and how they work together, and you'll be able to create your first website with Django. Before beginning the course, you should be familiar with Python and the basics of HTML. I hope you'll join me on this journey to learn web development with Python and Django, with the Django: Getting Started course at Pluralsight.