Try Django 1.9 - 19 of 38 - URL Links & Get Absolute URL

2018-06-22 02:54
Try Django 1.9 - 19 of 38 - URL Links & Get Absolute URL ** Try Django 1.9 ** is an introduction to Django version 1.9 by creating a simple, yet robust, Django blog. This series covers a variety of Django basics as well as Django 1.9 specific material. Learn more about the Django Web Framework here: http://www.djangoproject.com. Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/1kxmkzq Generally the topics will include: - Django Project Setup - Class Based Views (& some Function Based Views) - Models, Model Forms, Forms, Form Validation - Integrate Bootstrap front-end framework. - Django Registration Redux for Authentication/Registration - And More Suggest and up-vote project ideas here: http://joincfe.com/suggest/ (please keep out content related to the Build a Django 1.8 Blog series) Premium, in-depth, Django tutorials available here: http://joincfe.com/projects. We are Coding For Entrepreneurs [TeamCFE] and have built an entire library of content to help you master Django and other web technologies to launch real projects faster. Enroll today for as low as $20/month. Subscribe: http://bit.ly/1kxmkzq (shareable subscribe link) What Technology you'll learn in the Build a Django 1.8 Blog series: -- Django Framework (version 1.9): a powerful backend framework used by top sites like Instagram and Pinterest. Django makes it easier to have a powerful web application to use for all types of projects. Django is written in Python (and is one of the most popular Python libraries in the world). Read more here: http://djangoproject.com -- Bootstrap (version 3.3): a powerful front-end framework used by thousands of sites around the world. Bootstrap makes it easier to have a responsive web application so it looks awesome on any mobile device and any desktop computer. -- Python: One of the top programming languages in the world. Powerful enough for the experts, easy enough for beginners. Why? It uses spaces and line breaks with minimal special characters (like [email protected]#$;*) which means it's closer to English than most programming languages. Learn more: http://python.org All of our tutorials have a simple goal in mind: get you building something real and quickly.

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