The ‘Django 3 – Full Stack Websites with Python Web Development Course’ is taught by Nick Walter. Nick is a self-taught coder so he understands what it is like to learn coding from scratch. The course focuses on Django 3, a popular open-source web framework. The students will learn how to build web applications using Django 3.
The course includes assessments, tests and coding exercises throughout to test the students’ understanding of course content. The course covers essential topics like user authentication, file uploads, content administration, and more. The course is usually available for INR 2,699 on Udemy but students can click on the link and get the ‘Django 3 – Full Stack Websites with Python Web Development Course’ for INR 449.
Who all can opt for this course?
- Students looking for a beginner-friendly course on Django.
- Python programmers who want to learn Web Development using Django.
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|Price||INR 449 (|
|Student Enrollment||17,526 students|
|Instructor||Nick Walter https://www.linkedin.com/in/nickwalter|
|Topics Covered||Basics of Python, Django, Git, user authentication, file uploads, content administration, etc.|
|Total Student Reviews||4,288|
- Learn how to create web applications using Django and how it saves time.
- Use Bootstrap 4 to develop stunning websites (a front-end framework that simplifies web design).
- Create functional websites for a startup/company.
- Create a sound portfolio in order to show projects to potential employers.
- Learn the fundamentals of Django, including function-based views, URL routing, models, templates, and more.
- Use Python anywhere to publish the website online.
- Build a completely functional website for a to-do list manager where users can register.
- Build a random password generator.
- Learn how to use media files and static files.
- Learn how to work with forms.
- Create a user login system.
|1.||Welcome (04 minutes)||Welcome|
|2.||Python Refresher (52 minutes)||Intro|
|Variables, Strings, Int and Print|
|Variables, Strings, Ints and Print Challenge|
|If Statements and Comments|
|If Statements and Comments Challenge|
|3.||Site 1 – Password Generator (01 hour 26 minutes)||Password Generator Preview|
|Django Cheat Sheet|
|Running the Server|
|Making a Random Password|
|Using Form Data|
|4.||Git (18 minutes)||Intro|
|5.||Site 2 – Personal Portfolio (02 hours 04 minutes)||Intro|
|New Project and Apps|
|Admin and Images|
|Another Set of URLs|
|Looking Inside the Database|
|Extending Base Templates|
|6.||Deployment – Pushing Your Site Live for the World to Enjoy (01 hour 08 minutes)||Python Anywhere|
|Running the Server|
|Static and Media Files|
|Your Custom Domain|
|7.||Site 3 – Todo Woo (02 hours 18 minutes)||Intro|
|Sign Up Form|
|Creating a User|
|Showing If a User Is Logged In|
|View and Update Todos|
|Complete and Delete Todos|
|Listing Completed Todos|
|8.||What’s New in Django 3? (08 minutes)||What’s New in Django 3?|
|9.||What’s Next? (01 minute)||Farewell!|
The instructor Nick recommends students to watch the ‘Python refresher’ section first in order to get a basic know-how of Python.
Teja Satya Suryanarayana Mudragada (5/5): So far the course is really nice and easy to understand. if we follow the course and practice then its an awesome hands on experience.
- Yumei Leventhal, Ph.D. (5/5): I just finished this excellent, excellent course! Beginner or otherwise, one can learn quite a bit from this course.
- William Seyler (5/5): This fact and the excellent instruction made it so my velocity was at the speed of thought.
- Vassili Daniliants (5/5): Great course! The Instructor is mindful of the likelihood of a metal meltdown that is associated with learning a framework as a beginner.
- CW (5/5): I like how the class built on itself with each project and thought Nick was an excellent teacher.
- David Kuda (2/5): And I tended to be annoyed by Nick’s circling around the point.
- Feng Ye (1/5): As a result, the course turned out to be very slow, time wasting and talky to me.
- Feng Ye (1/5): Besides, I don’t like the way how he code, very amateur feeling, loose/lazy code formatting and naming, etc.
- Stanley Wong (2/5): However, the contents of this course, it’s really hard for me to follow and understand.
About the Author
The ‘Django 3 – Full Stack Websites with Python Web Development Course’ is taught by Nick Walter. He is a mobile application and web applications developer and specializes in iOS, Android, Django, and Python. With a 4.4 instructor rating and 56,953 reviews on Udemy, he offers 42 courses and has taught 2,77,542 students so far.
- Nick enjoys coding. He taught himself how to code 5 years ago but he had limited access to programming tools and was growing impatient with the abundance of YouTube videos and online tutorials.
- As a result, he made the decision to transform the way that others learn to code, and he began teaching.
- Because he has been in the students’ position before, his experience as an online student has had a direct impact on how he teaches.
- He made his online teaching debut in 2014 when Apple unveiled their new programming language, Swift, and created the first Swift course on the internet.
- Since then, he has worked as a full-time online teacher, teaching classes in Swift as well as iOS, Android, Django, Kotlin, Python, HTML, Blockchain, and other technologies.
- He has built 5 iOS applications from scratch that are now available in the App Store and are being used by thousands of people all over the world.
|Parameters||Django 3 – Full Stack Websites with Python Web Development||NLP – Natural Language Processing with Python||Interactive Python Dashboards with Plotly and Dash|
|Offers||INR 449 (||INR 455 (||INR 455 (|
|Duration||8.5 hours||11.5 hours||9.5 hours|
|Rating||4.6/5||4.6 /5||4.6 /5|
|Instructors||Nick Walter||Jose Portilla||Jose Portilla|
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