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Web Development with Django

This course is designed to help you develop web applications using Python’s Django framework which is both open-source and has data-driven architecture. You shall be creating a project with Django by defining a data model and fields, querying the database, and using the framework’s built-in URL handlers, views, and templates to structure the rest of the back end. Also, for the front-end part, you shall be using HTML, CSS & JavaScript to enhance the usability and style components of your templates.

  • 7th August 2023
  • 36 hours
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Web Development with Django

Basic introduction about the Django and knowledge of the python and basic information about the front-end technologies.

This module covers the necessary steps to install python and django and import the required libraries into it. Creaating a Django project, installing an IDE, starting a development server, Django apps and finally analyzing the created project.

This module provides you with the necessary information to create a new project, idea about the URL's & Views, creating a first view & URL, adding more views & URL's, dynamic path segments & captured values, path converters, adding more dynamic view logic, redirects, reverse function & namned URL's, returning HTML, practicing URL's, views & dynamic view logic.

This module explores adding & Registering Templates, Rendering Templates, Template Language & Variable Interpolation, Exercise Solution, Filters, Django Visual Studio Code Extension, Tags & the "for" Tag, URL Tag for Dynamic URL's, if Tag, Template Inheritance, Including Partial Template Snippets, More on the Django Template Language (DTL), 404 Templates, Adding Static Files, Adding Global Static Files, Adding CSS Styling and Building Static URLs Dynamically

This module explores different Kinds of Data, Understanding Database Options, Understanding SQL, Django Models, Creating a Django Model with Fields, Migrations, Inserting Data, Getting all Entries, Updating Models & Migrations, Blank vs Null, Updating Data, Deleting Data, Create Instead of Save, Querying & Filtering Data, or Conditions, Query Performance, Bulk Operations, Preparing Templates, Rendering Queried Data in the Template, Rendering the Details Page, Model URLs, Adding a Slugfield & Overwriting Save, Using the Slug & Updating Field Options, Aggregation & Ordering, Useful Resources & Links, Logging Data Into the Admin Panel, Adding Models to the Admin Area, Configuring Model Fields, Configuring the Admin Settings

This module provides the idea about logging data into the admin panel, adding models to the admin area, configuring model fields, configuring the admin settings.

This module provides an understanding about the Relationship Types, Adding a one-to-many Relation & Migrations, Working with Relations in Python Code, Cross Model Queries, Managing Relations in Admin, Adding a one-to-one Relation, One-to-one Python Code, One-to-one & Admin Config, Setting-up many-to-many, many-to-many in Python, Many-to-many in Admin and Circular Relations & Lazy Relations

This module explores the concepts of the form like adding a Dummy Form, Get & Post Requests, CSRF Protection, Handling Form Submission & Extracting Data, Manual Form Validation & the Problems with "that", Using the Django Form Class, Validation with Django Forms, Customizing the Form Controls, Customizing the Rendered HTML, Adding Styling, Adding More Form Controls, Storing Form Data in a Database, Modelform and how to Configure them, Saving Data with a Modelform and Class Based Views.

This module provides information about the adding templates, templateView, Showing a detail template. the listview. detail vie, which view, form view and create view.

This module explores the file upload work, storing uploaded file naive approach, adding a form with a filefield, using models for file storage, Imagefield, Create ciew, file field and server uploaded files.

This module teaches about the session concept in the Django like enabling & configuring sessions, adding a new view, storing data in sessions, different kind of data that could be stored, using session data and Safely accessing sessions data.

This module provides you the required information about the deployment of a Django project like deployment considerations, databases, Django & Web servers, serving static files, choosing a hosting provider, revisting settings, collecting static files, serving static files, migrations, locking in dependencies, virtual environments, environmental variables, deploying with elastic bean stalk, SSL & custom domains, connecting PostgreSQL, serving static files separately, serving static files via S3 and moving file uploads to S3.



Career starters : For those people who are either entering the job market or are interested in making a shift in their current job status. The Django certification program can help you transition into, or start a new career with a basic understanding of the domain.
Professionals aiming to undertake Expert certification in Django usage or demonstrate their skills in Django in a professional manner.
Those seeking to validate a professional ability to work with Django admin interface. Familiarise with customisation of , functions like admin tools, form tools, and other functional tools that make the automation more efficient.
Professionals seeking an increase in salary in the long run. In a similar survey done among employers, statistics indicate that a recruit feels more comfortable hiring a Django certified professional than recruiting a non certified professional.

Eligibility and Requirements

Learners need to possess an undergraduate degree or a high school diploma



Candidates should have a basic understanding of python programming, logic, and querying to successfully complete this program. An earlier programming background would be an advantage. Knowledge of front-end technologies like HTML, CSS, JavaScript and JQuery are required.

Web Development with Django certification.


Upon completing this course, you will receive an industry-recognized certificate from MCIT.

  • Receive an industry-recognized certificate from MCIT.
  • Be prepared for the official Django certification. 



— F.A.Q —

Definitely. Please feel free to contact our office, we will be more than happy to work with you to meet your training needs.
All of our exceptionally skilled instructors have a decent experience of training and industry experience and are AW certified in the respective field. Each of them through a rigorous selection procedure that included profile screening, technical examination, and a training demo. 
Yes, there are vouchers to take the official exam.
Upon completion of the certification course classes you will be provided with an MCIT certificate.