In case the name Django only makes you think of a Jamie Foxx-Quentin Tarentino film, don’t feel bad. Outside tech circles, you’d be forgiven if you only attached that word to the silver screen.
But among the digitally savvy, particularly those with some training in the Python programming language, Django has a different meaning. There, it’s a critical helping hand to getting software built and working correctly. The 3-Course Django Developer Certification Bundle ($25.99, over 90 percent off) introduces users to Django’s power and utility, not to mention its ability to help push a web development career forward.
For the uninitiated, Django is a Python web framework that offers developers a lot of shortcuts in the creation of a new app. If you’re building a car, think of Django as your engine and drivetrain. Django allows builders to insert large working chunks of an app without needing to start everything from scratch. Using Django, developers can then focus on the unique and more challenging aspects of their creation.
This collection features three courses that dig into exactly how Django works. Over 14 hours of training, users enlist Django to create a handful of web projects so they can ultimately create their own works faster and easier.
It all starts with Making Websites with Python and Django 3: The Ultimate Beginner’s Guide. This course gets the ball rolling, examining how to start a new project in Python with Django, from using the Virtualenv virtual environment to how to work with templates and how to debug. Along the way, students will use their newfound skills and reinforce the learning with projects like building their own Pig Latin translator and designing a Reddit clone.
Next, Making APIs with Django and Python explains Django REST Framework so you can start creating APIs for Django, which allows two apps to interact with each other.
Finally, Intermediate Django: Forms, Class Based Views and AJAX advances the understanding of Django even further. As students learn about PipenV, pre-made authentication views, class based views, Django forms and more, they’ll be learning the skills to complete a final project, a Hall of Fame Vidz website that lets users create personal Hall of Fame videos they can share with friends and family.
This in-depth Python and Django training is a nearly $600 value, but with this offer, it’s on sale now for just $25.99.
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