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Online Training Mastering Django Part 1 – AJAX, Class Based Views, Forms
Welcome to the Mastering Django Series! Learn time saving and advanced techniques to be come a better developer.In this course, we’ll be learning 8 new skills while creating “Hall of Fame Vidz”. A website where users can create their own personal hall of fame videos and share them with family and friends. To get a better idea of what we’ll be creating, go watch the promo video for the course. While creating this site, you will learn the following 8 skills:Pipenv – Learn why this tool is so much better than pip and virtualenv separatelyPre-made AuthenticationViews – Get your site up and running quickly with these awesome built in viewsClass Based Views – When working with models, these views can’t be beat. HUGE time saversDjango Forms – Rather then creating painstaking html forms, let Django handle the heavy workUsing other sites APIs – Learn to connect with the YouTube API for dataAJAX – I’ve had so many requests to cover this. Learn how to fetch data without reloading the pageSeed Data – Learn how to create a starting point for any databaseHeroku Deployment – Heroku makes deploying your project simple and fast. I’ll show you howIt’s time to up your Django skills. See you inside!
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