COMPLETE PYTHON DJANGO TRAINING

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Web development with python Django Diploma course by Vrit technologies covers Fundamentals of Web, HTML, CSS, Tailwind/Bootstrap, JavaScript, Python, Core Python, Django, and More.

Python Django is a popular web development framework that allows developers to quickly build robust and scalable web applications. Django follows a Model-View-Controller (MVC) architecture, making it easy to separate concerns and maintain clean code.

With Django, developers can easily create and manage databases, handle user authentication and authorization, and automate many common web development tasks. Additionally, Django’s built-in admin interface makes it easy to manage content and site administration.

Django is known for its robust security features and has many third-party libraries and plugins available to extend its functionality. It also supports a wide range of web development technologies, such as HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and more.

Overall, Django provides a powerful and flexible platform for developing web applications, making it a popular choice for both small and large-scale projects.

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GIT GITHUB AND VERSION CONTROL

– Using git for version control and collaboration

– Git init

– Git https vs ssh

– Git forking and cloning

– Git branch

– Git checkout

– Git add

– Writing your first git commit

– Git pull, Git push

– Git fetch vs merge

Front-End Technologies

HTML 5

– Introduction to HTML

– Learn the anatomy of HTML syntax to structure your websites.

– How to structure text in HTML.

– What are tags in HTML: heading, div, paragraphs, etc.

– Structure text in HTML

– HTML Elements, Attributes

– Unordered and ordered lists

– How to insert images using anchor tags

– Table layout and content

– Learn HTML best practices, Forms

– HTML identifiers: class and Id

– Linking CSS and scripts

CSS 3

– CSS introduction and styling

– How to use CSS selectors, pseudo-selectors, and properties.

– Class vs. Ids and how to target each.

– Learn about how to use inline, internal, and external CSS

– Learn the anatomy of CSS syntax and structure.

– CSS Box Model: Borders, Margins, and Padding

– Font and Background styling

– List and table styling

– How to use CSS float

– Responsive web design with media queries.

Bootstrap

– Introduction and Installation of Bootstrap

– Understanding the Bootstrap grid layout system

– Learn to use other Bootstrap components such as buttons

– Form-control class in Bootstrap

JavaScript and DOM Manipulation

– The Fundamentals of Code

– Starting code with alerts and prompts. Understand Variables and Data Types in JavaScript Variable naming in JS

– Working with strings and numbers

– Loops, and Conditionals.

– Functions, JS Class and objects

– ‘This’ keyword in JS, Arrow functions

– Map/Filter/Reduce

– Spread Operator

– Introduction to DOM Manipulation

– Script Tag

– DOM selectors, DOM elements: properties and methods

– DOM Events, event listener

– Validation in JS

Python and Environment Setup

– Introduction to Python

– Zen of Python

– Features of Python

– Python Installation

– What is an interpreter?

– Interpreters’ vs Compilers

– Using the Python shell

– Creating Your First Python Program

– Reading Keyword Input

– Using IDE

– Install using pip

– What is a Virtual Environment?

– How to set up and work in a virtual environment?

Basics in Python

– What is Variable?

– Assigning values to variables

– Constants in python

– Standard Data Types

– Mutable and immutable data types

– Getting to know the data types of a variable

– Operators and Operands

– Type conversion

– Use of underscore in python

Basic Operators in Python

– Types of Operators

– Python Arithmetic Operators

– Python Comparison Operators

– Python Assignment Operators

– Python Bitwise Operators

– Python Logical Operators

– Python Membership Operators (in, not in)

– Python Identity Operators (is, is not)

– Python Operators Precedence

Numbers in Python

– Integers, Float, Complex

– Round method

– Range, Slicing

– Floor division and mod

– Type conversion

Numbers in Python

– Integers, Float, Complex

– Round method

– Range, Slicing

– Floor division and mod

– Type conversion

Python Strings

– Slicing

– Modify and Concatenate

– String Methods

– String formatting

Python Lists

– Creating list

– Accessing Values in Lists

– Updating Lists

– Delete List Elements

– Basic List of Operations

– Slicing

– Built-in List Functions & Methods

– Map, filter, and reduce versa (split and join)

Python Tuples

– List vs Tuple

– Packing and Unpacking

– Comparing tuples

– Creating a nested tuple

– Using tuples as keys in dictionaries

– Accessing Values in Tuples

– Updating Tuples

– Delete Tuple

– Slicing

– Tuples Methods

Python Dictionary

– How to create a dictionary?

– Accessing Values in the Dictionary

– Copying dictionary

– Updating Dictionary

– Delete Dictionary Elements

– Properties of Dictionary Keys

– Sorting the Dictionary

– Built-in Dictionary Functions & Methods

Python Sets

– How to create a set?

– Iteration over Sets

– Python Set Operations

– Union of sets

– Built-in Functions with set

– Python Frozen set

Comprehensions

– List Comprehension

– Tuple Comprehension

– Dictionary Comprehension

– Set Comprehension

– Generator Comprehension

Loops and Decision Making

– If.. Else statement

– Use “elif” condition

– While loop

– For loop

– For…else

– Nested condition and loops

– Loop Control Statements (break statement, continue statement, pass statement)

– Match (Switch) statement (from Python 3.10)

– Looping Techniques:

  • Looping in the list
  • Loop through the dictionary
  • Loop using enumerate
  • Loop using zip
  • Loop using reversed
  • Looping in set
Functions of Python

– Defining a Function

– Syntax

– Calling a Function

– Python uses Pass by reference or pass-by-value?

– Function Arguments: Positional and Keyword arguments

– Default arguments

– Arbitrary arguments (*args and **kwargs)

– The return statement

– Namespace and scope

– Scope of variables

– Magic methods

– Built-in methods

– Lambda Functions

– Map (), filter (), reduce () functions

– DOC string class

– Nested functions

OOP in Python

– Introduction to OOPs Programming

– Basic concept of Object and Classes

– How to define Python classes?

– Self in python

– Init in python

– Instance, class and static methods in python

– Inheritance, Types of inheritance

– How inheritance works?

– Ambiguity in inheritance

– Polymorphism: compile time and runtime

– Overloading and Overriding in Python

– Encapsulation and Access Modifiers

– Abstraction

– Abstract class and methods

– Package and Module

– Import methods/Libraries

File Manipulation

– Opening text file

– The open function

– File modes

– Basic methods in file handling

– Reading and writing in files

– Renaming and deleting files

Bonus

– Date and time module

– Converting JSON to Python object and vice versa

– What are: Python Enumerate, Iterator, Generator, Closure, and Decorator?

– Errors and Exception Handling

– Try…except…else…finally

– Debugging

Introduction to Django

– What is a web framework?

– Introduction to Django

– Why Django

– MVT Architecture

– How Django processes a request

The Django Administration Site

– Creating a super user

– Activating the Admin Interface

– Using the Admin Interface

– Customizing the Admin Interface

Basics of Django

– Django Settings

– Your First App

– Render Static Page (Template, Your first view: Rendering a page)

– Mapping views to URLs

– URL configurations

Interacting with a Database: Models

– The “Dumb” way to Do Database Queries in views

– ORM

– Defining Models in python

– Your first model, Basic Data Access

– Adding Model String Representations

– What is context?

– Selecting Objects, Filtering Data

– Retrieving single Objects

– Ordering Data, Deleting Objects

– Making changes to a database schema

– Adding, and altering fields

– Removing fields

– Meta class, Abstract class

 

The Django Template System

– Template System Basics

– Rendering a template

– Multiple contexts, same template

– Block tag, Static tag

– Extend (Template Inheritance)

– Include Template Tag

– Basic Template Tags and Filters Tag

Model, Forms, Views, URLs and Template

– Function based view vs Class Based views

– Rendering dynamic data to template

– Creating form classes

– Cleaning and validation of forms

– CRUD operations

– URL naming

– Create a Project:

  • Creating a Dashboard
  • Creating a customer side platform
User Management

– Customizing User Model

– Users, Groups and Permissions

– Authenticating and Authorization

– Signup

– Login and Logout

Bonus

– Sending a Simple Email

– Sending HTML Email

– What is a Signal?

RESTful API

– What is REST API?

– Request Response Cycle

– JsonResponse

– Serialization

– Using Postman

Django Rest Framework

– Introduction to DRF

– Why DRF?

– Install and setup DRF

– Quickstart

– Testing API

Django API ( Serializers, views and URLs)

– Generic Views (DetailView, ListView, FormView, CreateView, UpdateView, DeleteView)

– API Views

– What is a serializer

– Types of serializers

– Creating a serializer

– Mapping views to URLs

– Routers, CRUD operations, Pagination

– Testing API using Postman

 

User Management

– Installation and use of JWT

– Access and refresh token

– Users and Authentication

– Signup

– Logging In and Out

– User Profile

Deployment

– Deployment of your project on cpanel or Heruko, Netlify

Projects

– Projects Suggested by students will be done during the course.

Assignments

– Each student will have a project to complete in order to demonstrate their understanding both during and after the course.