DJANGO TRAINING

Kits Online Training Institute provides the best Django Training by our highly professional certified trainers. Django is an extremely popular and fully featured server-side web framework, written in Python. The module shows you why Django is one of the most popular web server frameworks, how to set up a development environment, and how to start using it to create your own web applications. We are delighted to be one of the best leading IT online training with best experienced IT professionals and skilled resources. We have been offering courses to consultants, companies so that they can meet all the challenges in their respective technologies we also provide Similar Courses like Dell Boomi online training.

Django Web framework Course Content

Introduction To Django

  • Django components
  • How to install and Configure Django components

How To Create Django Views

  • About View Functions
  • Using Django’s  HttpResponse Class
  • Understanding HttpRequest Objects
  • Using QueryDict Objects

Configuring URLconf’s

  • About URLconf
  • Regular Expressions
  • Expression Examples
  • Simple URLConf Examples
  • Using Multiple URLConf’s
  • Passing URL Arguments

Django Templates

  • Template Fundamentals
  • Creating Template Objects
  • Loading Template Files
  • Filling in Template Content (Context Objects)
  • Template Tags
  • Template Filters
  • More on For Loops
  • Template Inheritance
  • Easy Rendering of Templates
  • RequestContext Processors
  • Global Context Processors

Django Forms

  • Form classes
  • Validation
  • Authentication
  • Advanced Forms processing techniques

Django and REST API’s

  • Django REST framework
  • Django-piston

Unit Testing with Django

  • Using Python’s unittest2 library
  • Test
  • Test Databases
  • Doctests
  • Debugging

Database Models

  • About Database Models
  • Configuring Django for Database Access
  • Understanding Django Apps
  • About Django Models
  • Defining Django Models
  • Understanding Model Fields & Options
  • Table Naming Conventions
  • Creating A Django Model
  • Adding the App to Your Project
  • Validating the App
  • Generating & Reviewing the SQL
  • Adding Data to the Model
  • Primary Keys and the Model
  • Simple Data Retrieval Using a Model
  • Understanding QuerySets
  • Applying Filters
  • Specifying Field Lookups
  • Lookup Types
  • Slicing QuerySets
  • Specifying Ordering in QuerySets
  • Common QuerySet Methods
  • Deleting Records
  • Managing Related Records
  • Retrieving Related Records
  • Using Q Objects
  • Creating Forms from Models

Using Django Admin Interface

  1. Enabling the Admin Interface
  2. Creating an Admin User

Access Control with Sessions and Users

  • Cookies & Django
  • The Django Session Framework
  • Sessions in Views
  • Session Tuning
  • Installing Django User Authentication
  • Using Authentication in Views
  • Login and Logout
  • Building your Own Login/Logout Views
  • Authentication Decorators
  • Adding & Deactivating Users
  • Asynchronous Messaging
  • Managing Permissions

Generic Views

  • Simple Generic Views
  • Using Generic Redirects
  • Other Generic Views
  • Create/Update/Delete Generic views

Data Caching For Performance

  • Data Caching
  • Setting up Per-View Caching
  • Site Caching

Django’s Email Functionality

  • Configuring Mail Settings
  • Sending Email
  • Other Email Functions

Deploying Django Applications

  • Deploying Django Applications

Highlights of Django Training:-

*  Very in-depth course material with Real-Time Scenarios for each topic with its Solutions for Django Trainings.

*  We Also provide Case studies for Django Training.

*  We do Schedule the sessions based upon your comfort by our Highly Qualified Trainers and Real-time Experts.

*  We provide you with your recorded session for further Reference.

* We also provide Normal Track, Fast Track and Weekend Batches also for Django Training.

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What is Django?

Django is a free and open source web application framework, written in Python. A web framework is a set of components that help you to develop websites faster and easier. When you’re building a website, you always need a similar set of components: a way to handle user authentication (signing up, signing in, signing out), a management panel for your website, forms, a way to upload files, etc.

Luckily for you, other people long ago noticed that web developers face similar problems when building a new site, so they teamed up and created frameworks (Django being one of them) that give you ready-made components to use.

Frameworks exist to save you from having to reinvent the wheel and to help alleviate some of the overhead when you’re building a new site.

What does Django code look like?

In a traditional data-driven website, a web application waits for HTTP requests from the web browser (or other clients). When a request is received the application works out what is needed based on the URL and possibly information in POST data or GET data. Depending on what is required it may then read or write information from a database or perform other tasks required to satisfy the request. The application will then return a response to the web browser, often dynamically creating an HTML page for the browser to display by inserting the retrieved data into placeholders in an HTML template.

Django web applications typically group the code that handles each of these steps into separate files:

  • URLs: While it is possible to process requests from every single URL via a single function, it is much more maintainable to write a separate view function to handle each resource. A URL mapper is used to redirect HTTP requests to the appropriate view based on the request URL. The URL mapper can also match particular patterns of strings or digits that appear in an URL, and pass these to a view function as data.
  • View: A view is a request handler function, which receives HTTP requests and returns HTTP responses. Views access the data needed to satisfy requests via models and delegate the formatting of the response to templates.
  • Models: Models are Python objects that define the structure of an application’s data and provide mechanisms to manage (add, modify, delete) and query records in the database.
  • Templates: A template is a text file defining the structure or layout of a file (such as an HTML page), with placeholders used to represent actual content. A view can dynamically create an HTML page using an HTML template, populating it with data from a model. A template can be used to define the structure of any type of file; it doesn’t have to be HTML!

Here’s what you will learn!

  • Understand Django fundamentals and use its concepts to build and deploy robust web applications and apps.
  • Learn how to configure Django to liaise with powerful databases and create the Django admin interface.
  • Learn about Django URL patterns and views and deploy Django applications.
  • Learn about Django’s security implications and how to create safe web applications with it.

Is this course right for you?

Python developers who want to increase their working knowledge with Django and other web developers will benefit from this Django certification training.

What do you need to be familiar with?

Knowledge of Python programming is essential to take this course.

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