Django for Beginners Build websites with Python & Django 4.0

Django for Beginners Build websites with Python & Django 4.0

English | 2022 | ISBN: ‎ 1735467200 | 306 pages | True PDF EPUB MOBI | 54.03 MB

Completely updated for Django 4.0.
Django for Beginners is a project-based introduction to Django, the popular Python-based web framework. Suitable for total beginners who have never built a website before as well as professional programmers looking for a fast-paced guide to modern web development and Django fundamentals.
In the book you’ll learn how to:

  • Build 5 websites from scratch, including a Blog and Newspaper website
  • Deploy online using security best practices
  • Customize the look and feel of your sites
  • Write tests and run them for all your code
  • Integrate user authentication, email, and custom user models
  • Add permissions and authorizations to make your app more secure
  • Identify common mistakes and errors so you can build your own websites

If you’re curious about Python-based web development, Django for Beginners is a best-practices guide to writing and deploying your own websites quickly.

Reviews
"When readers interested in web development ask me what to read next after Python Crash Course, I refer them to Will's books: Django for Beginners , Django for APIs , and Django for Professionals . I highly recommend you check out his work." —ERIC MATTHES, author of Python Crash Course
"If you’re looking for a guide into the world of Django, then the three-step of Django for Beginners , Django for APIs , and Django for Professionals is ideal: get up and running, get into APIs, which are a cornerstone of modern app development, and then add the bits you need to your fledging app into production, from databases and static files, to user accounts and security. It’s a long road. Will’s books are an awesome companion." —CARLTON GIBSON, Django Fellow and Django REST Framework core contributor
"Will's books are a fantastic resource for web development with Django and Python. I highly recommended them" —JEFF TRIPLETT, Python Software Foundation Director , DEFNA President , and REVSYS Partner

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