Django 2.0 from Zero to Hero and Deploy on Heroku and Amazon | Gregory Pacheco | Skillshare

Django 2.0 from Zero to Hero and Deploy on Heroku and Amazon

Gregory Pacheco

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5 Videos (22m)
    • Class 1 Introduction

      11:34
    • Class 2 Intalling Python and Django

      10:03
    • Class 3 Running the aplication for the first time

      12:02
    • Class 4 Creating the first App

      14:29
    • Class 5 Creating the first view

      10:10

About This Class

Learn how to develop modern web sites and web applications with Django 2.0 deploying on Heroku and static files on AWS

In this course, we are going to cover websites and web applications using the latest version (2.0) of Django web framework. 

We will go deep step-by-step into the Django framework understanding the whole request life cycle.

By the end of this course, you are going to have your own web application ( a Client manager ) published online in a highly reliable web server ( Heroku ) using the best practices in a very professional way.

  1. First steps
    1. Introduction
    2. Preparing the environment
    3. Installing Python, Django, and Pycharm
    4. Creating the project
    5. Running the project for the first time
    6. Creating apps
    7. Creating your first URL's and views
    8. Using Models in the right way
    9. Customizing Django Admin
    10. Understanding Django views
    11. Using the URL mechanism
    12. How does Django handle static files
    13. Hoe does Django handles Media files
  2. Crud
    1. Preparing the project
    2. Creating the list view
    3. Creating the Detail view
    4. Creating the Update view
    5. Creating the Delete view
  3. Security
    1. Enabling Django Login System
    2. Login and Logout URL
  4. Database relationships
    1. OneToOne relationships
    2. Foreign key relationships
    3. ManyToMany relationships
  5. Preparing the project for deploying on Heroku
    1. Installing the dependences
    2. Creating the Heroku account
    3. Configuring the Postgres database
    4. Configuring the Static files
    5. Deploying for the first time
  6. Styling the project
    1. Integrating with Bootstrap
    2. Styling the forms with django-bootstrapform
    3. Styling grids 
    4. Releasing a new version
  7. Using Media files and Static files on AWS  
    1. Preparing the project for Amazon
    2. Creating the Bucket on S3
    3. Installing boto s3 on your project
    4. Upload the files to S3 for the first time

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