Mastering Django – AJAX, Class Based Views, Forms
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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 separately
Pre–made Authentication Views – Get your site up and running quickly with these awesome built in views
Class Based Views – When working with models, these views can’t be beat. HUGE time savers
Django Forms – Rather then creating painstaking html forms, let Django handle the heavy work
Using other site’s APIs – Learn to connect with the YouTube API for data
AJAX – I’ve had so many requests to cover this. Learn how to fetch data without reloading the page
Seed Data – Learn how to create a starting point for any database
Heroku Deployment – Heroku makes deploying your project simple and fast. I’ll show you how
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Deovrat Singh –
Nick is what we will call , better than amazing teacher. He is witty, he explains every important detail. If he explains this good virtually , I would like to attend his classroom training.
Michael Noel –
Instructor is fun to listen to. He should do the imports first for code completion purposes
Brian Michel –
Amazing course again from Nick! Best instructor I have seen on Udemy. Super easy to follow and delivers it all in practical examples.
Omar … –
Viktor Varsano –
This Course Is Great and I recommend it to anyone!
Kurt Wilde –
Like Nick’s other Django course, this doesn’t disappoint.
Robert Scarborough –
Love Nick’s style of instruction. Clear, concise and easy to follow.
Renzo Nahuel Murina Cadierno –
Excellent course! The only things I would add to it, even though it might be out of scope, are a little bit better styling for the pages and at the very end, how to rename your heroku app. Asides from that, it was outstanding. Can’t wait for part 2! C’mon Nick, keep it up! Thanks!
I have some basic knowledge of Python and DJango, but never touched the pip and env files. Now, I understood the env files.
Carl Drew –
awesome course learning great skills.
Lu Pina –
I am so happy with so much I learned with this course. Thanks Nick for all your time and effort to build such a valuable course!
Muhammad Muzamir Bin Mohd Nasir –
Learnt a lot of tricks! really appreciate it! 😀
Andrew Castellano –
This is the third of Nick’s courses that I’ve taken. He explains things in a way that are understandable, and doesn’t just simply tell you what code to write.
Wilson W –
It’s good, but honestly, you need to do some research yourself as sometimes there are sometimes not in depth explanations or explanations at all. You need to use trial and error, rewatch videos, or ask others to fully understand the concepts behind the lectures.
Pavel Kudlanov –
What can I say? This man knows his stuff. Very pleasing to listen to and actually talks at a very comfortable pace. The flow of the project is very logical. Another course I did on udemy the guy coded like 98% of the project and only then started the server to see how things were going. Nick on the other hand hardly turned off the server. Every little bit of functionality and design would get checked right away in the browser so you always had a visual of what exactly it is that you are coding. This is a very stellar looking project as well. Something you’d be proud to show others.
William Roberts –
An interesting course, and you end up with quite a useful website at the end of it, as well. I would have liked a bit more detail on AJAX, and some parts of the course seemed to be a bit rushed, and would probably have benefited from a few more lectures to expand on some of the topics. But on the whole, en enjoyable course that I would definitely recommend.
Nathan Keep –
Nick is great and willing to help. Learned lots of cool extra Django stuff in this one.