Python Django 4 Masterclass | Build a Real World Project
Become an Expert Django Web Developer and Dramatically Increase Your Career Potential
Welcome to the Python Django 4 Masterclass, where you will learn Django and create a real-world project.
Python is one of, if not the most popular programming languages in the world. As such, there is a huge demand for Python programmers. Django is the web development environment of choice for many, perhaps most Python developers.
To maximize your career opportunities, you must be proficient in coding for the web, and this course is designed to teach you just that.
Your instructor in this course is Faisal Memon, who has over 12 years of experience building global products being used by millions of users across the globe and who was also part of the Google Launchpad Accelerator.
In this course, Faisal will teach you how to develop production-grade web applications using the Python Django Framework. You’ll understand what a web framework is and why you should use one, and why the Django framework, specifically, is the perfect web framework to learn.
This course is already massive at nearly 20 hours and is constantly updated and revised.
Just some of the things you will learn in this course include: –
Creating your own URLs and views to serve user requests from the browser
The Django Template Language and how can you create dynamic templates with Django
Learn filters in the Django template language
Database migrations and multiple models
Writing queries to fetch data using Querysets
Work with the Django Admin Panel to manage/customize your website
Forms and ModelForms to accept information from users on your website
Managing static files like HTML, CSS, and JS on the server
Implementing Authentication in Django
Working with and managing sessions in Django
Deploy apps on a real production server and see it live over the internet
Learn to make APIs using the Django Rest Framework
This is a very comprehensive course designed to get you up to speed fast with the Django framework. To get the most out of it, you should have a working, basic knowledge of Python 3.
By the end of this course, you will have obtained sufficient knowledge and confidence with Django to be in a position to start applying for jobs as a Django Web application Developer.
Are you ready to start the Python Django 4 Masterclass? Click the enrol button to make a start!
Feel free to look at the free video previews of various lectures on this page. We look forward to seeing you on the inside.
- Knowledge of Python
- Basic understanding of HTML and CSS
- A computer with an internet connection to install free development tools
What you will learn
- Learn to develop production-grade web applications using the Python Django Framework
- Create dynamic templates via the Django Template Language
- Use Forms and ModelForms to accept information from users on your website
- Master working with databases to build web applications that store data persistently
- Learn how to create your own URLs and views to serve user requests from the browser
- Work with and manage sessions in Django
- Understand how to use QuerySets to fetch data
- Work with the Django Admin Panel to manage and customise your website
- Implement Authentication in Django
Who should attend
- Students with a basic knowledge of Python seeking to learn about web development using Django
Is available on google app?
Is available on ios?
- Lectures 236
- Quizzes 0
- Exercises 0
- Duration 34 total hours
- Skill level All Levels
- Students 2186
- Last Updated June, 2023
Introduction and setup
Basics of Django and its working
Working with URLs and Views
Django Template Language
Django models/working with the database
Django Admin Panel
Working with multiple Models and Relationships
Forms and ModelForms
Working with Static Files and File uploads
Finishing our job application
Deploying your apps on a real server
Real world project: A Blog Application | Getting started
Real world project: A Blog Application | Building more features
Real world project: A Blog Application | Finishing our blog application
Extra Information - Source code, and other stuff
4 weeks ago
Komal Santosh Tanawade
yes ,it was a good
1 month ago
Even though I want to learn to build a different applications, this course seems to be a good starting point. :-)
1 month ago
1 month ago
Didn't quite finish the project page, but that's fine, maybe it is good to finish this project by myself rather than see all the code. Overall decent learning material. You should know a bit about HTML before start of this course, makes it a lot easier.
1 month ago
Glen Martin Kipkemboi
Great and full of knowledge
1 month ago
After finishing 3 courses on django on Udemy I can say this is the most complete and comprehensive course there is in the market. It gives the foundations to understand django from scratch and build your knowledge on top of that. This comes in handy because complexity needs to be formulated in simple terms. Otherwise, you'll get stack when you are developing your apps. Believe me. Try to understand Django and write notes. Do yourself a favour!
2 months ago
I've tried several Django training courses, and this has been the best by far. It is very concise and carefully constructed. I am learning a lot, not just copying and pasting code. I will definitely check out more from this instructor.
2 months ago
the lecture give explaination easily
3 months ago
Its really good, not want to take break and wants to continue on each lecture. till Now it is very well organised
4 months ago
This is for the people who doubt whether to buy this course. It's ALOT of theory, which is exhausting BUT needed. When building the blog everything falls into place. The reason why I give this course 4 stars is because it is not even finished yet.. Why would you publish a course that is not finished.. Even though, thanks Faisel for all the lessons, tip and tricks!
I’m curious to find out what blog platform you have been utilizing? I’m having some minor security problems with my latest blog and I would like to find something more safe. Do you have any recommendations?