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Django Course Objectives

  • Introduction to the needs and applications to Django and Python
  • Object creation and deletion
  • Understanding about different Data types and its operations
  • Operations of Numbers, Strings, Lists, Tuple, Dictionary
  • Writing Statements and Learning Syntax rules
  • While and For Lops formation
  • Exception Handling and advanced concepts like Decorators, Generators, Iterators and Co-routines
  • Python as the best scripting language and identifying the Standard Objects
  • File Handling: Read, Write and Modify
  • Learn Class Inheritance, and Building and Packaging of Python modules

Python Course Syllabus

SECTION - I

  • 1. Overview

  • Why do we need Python?
  • Program structure

  • 2. Environment Setup

  • Python Installation
  • Execution Types
  • What is an interpreter?
  • Interpreters vs Compilers
  • Using the Python Interpreter
  • Interactive Mode
  • Running python files
  • Working with Python shell
  • Integrated Development Environments (IDES)
  • Interactive Mode Programming
  • Script Mode Programming

  • 3. Basic Concepts

  • Basic Operators
  • Types of Operator
  • Python Arithmetic Operators
  • Python Comparison Operators
  • Python Assignment Operators
  • Python Bitwise Operators
  • Python Logical Operators
  • Python Membership Operators (in, not in)
  • Python Identity Operators (is, is not)
  • Python Operators Precedence

  • 4. Basic Concepts

  • Data Types
  • Variables
  • Assigning Values to Variables
  • Multiple Assignment
  • Python Numbers
  • Python Strings
  • Accessing Values in Strings
  • String Special Operators
  • String Formatting Operator
  • Triple Quotes
  • Built-in String Operations
  • Python Lists
  • Accessing Values in Lists
  • Updating Lists
  • Delete List Elements
  • Basic List Operations
  • Indexing, Slicing, and Matrixes
  • Built-in List Functions & Methods
  • Python Tuples
  • Accessing Values in Tuples
  • Updating Tuples
  • Delete Tuple Elements
  • Basic Tuples Operations
  • Indexing, Slicing, and Matrixes
  • No Enclosing Delimiters
  • Built-in Tuple Functions
  • Python Dictionary
  • Accessing Values in Dictionary
  • Updating Dictionary
  • Delete Dictionary Elements
  • Properties of Dictionary Keys
  • Built-in Dictionary Functions & Methods

  • 5. Basic Operators in Python

  • Types of Operator
  • Python Arithmetic Operators
  • Python Comparison Operators
  • Python Assignment Operators
  • Python Bitwise Operators
  • Python Logical Operators
  • Python Membership Operators (in, not in)
  • Python Identity Operators (is, is not)
  • Python Operators Precedence

  • 6. Loops and Decision Making

  • if statements
  • ..else statements
  • nested if statements
  • while loop
  • for loop
  • nested loops
  • Loop Control Statements
  • 1) break statement
  • 2) continue statement
  • 3) pass statement

SECTION - II

  • 1. Functions

  • Defining a Function
  • Syntax
  • Calling a Function
  • Pass by reference vs value
  • Function Arguments
  • Required arguments
  • Keyword arguments
  • Default arguments
  • Variable-length arguments
  • The return Statement
  • Scope of Variables
  • Global vs. Local variables

  • 2. Python Modules and Packages

  • Framework vs Packages
  • Folium Introduction
  • Why are modules used?
  • Creating modules
  • The import Statement
  • The from...import Statement
  • The from...import * Statement
  • Locating Modules
  • The PYTHONPATH Variable
  • Namespaces and Scoping
  • The dir( ) Function
  • The globals() and locals() Functions
  • The reload() Function
  • Packages in Python

  • 3. Basic OOPs Concept

  • Creating class in Python
  • Documented String
  • Private Identifier
  • Constructor
  • Inheritance
  • Polymorphism

  • 4. Decorator, Iterator and Generator

  • 5. Anonymous Function

  • Lambda
  • Map
  • Filter
  • Reduce

SECTION -III

  • 1. File Manipulation

  • Opening Text File
  • Working with a File on Python
  • The open function
  • File modes
  • The file object attributes
  • close() method
  • write() method
  • read() method
  • Files: Input
  • Files: Output
  • Reading files
  • Renaming & deleting files
  • Writing into a file
  • remove() method

  • 2. Python GUI

  • Basic Operations using Tkinter
  • Buttons and Textbox
  • Menu Bar
  • Message Box and Radio Button
  • Checkbox and Event Creating
  • Creating Application in GUI

  • 3. SQL and Python

  • Overview of SQLite
  • Integrating Python with SQLite

  • 4. NoSQL and Python

  • Overview of NoSQL
  • Integrating Python with NoSQL

  • 5. Project Demonstration Tkinter with SQL

  • Project Demonstration Tkinter with SQL

  • 6. Other Concepts

  • Errors and Exception Handling
  • Standard exceptions
  • Assertions in Python
  • The assert Statement
  • What is Exception?
  • Handling an exception
  • Syntax
  • The except Clause with No Exceptions
  • The except Clause with Multiple Exceptions
  • The try-finally Clause
  • Argument of an Exception
  • Example with Tkinter Application
  • Regular Expression
  • Powerful Utilities
  • Multithreading
  • List Comprehensive
  • Shallow and Deep Copy
  • Unit testing

  • 7. Advanced Concept -- Overviews

  • Networking Overview
  • Sending and Receiving Email by Python
  • Basics of Pandas and Numpy
  • How to use Anaconda
  • How to create dashboard
  • Overview of Django

Django Course Syllabus

SECTION - I

  • 1. Introduction to Django

  • What Is a Web Framework?
  • The MVC Design Pattern
  • Django’s History

  • 2. Installation of Django

  • Installing Python
  • Installing Django
  • Setting Up a Database
  • Starting a Project.
  • The Development Server
  • Django Commands Overview

  • 3. The Basics of Dynamic Web Pages

  • Your First View: Dynamic Content
  • Mapping URLs to Views
  • How Django Processes a Request
  • URL configurations and Loose Coupling
  • 404 Errors
  • Your Second View: Dynamic URLs
  • A Word About Pretty URLs
  • Wildcard URL patterns
  • Django’s Pretty Error Pages

  • 4. The Django Template System

  • Template System Basics
  • Using the Template System
  • Creating Template Objects
  • Rendering a Template
  • Multiple Contexts, Same Template
  • Context Variable Lookup
  • Playing with Context Objects
  • Basic Template Tags and Filters Tags
  • Philosophies and Limitations
  • Using Templates in Views
  • Template Loading
  • render_to_response()
  • The locals() Trick
  • Subdirectories in get_template()
  • The include Template Tag.
  • Template Inheritance

  • 5. Interacting with a Database: Models

  • The “Dumb” Way to Do Database Queries in Views
  • The MTV Development Pattern
  • Configuring the Database
  • Your First App
  • Defining Models in Python
  • Your First Model
  • Installing the Model
  • Basic Data Access
  • Adding Model String Representations
  • Inserting and Updating Data
  • Selecting Objects
  • Filtering Data
  • Retrieving Single Objects
  • Ordering Data
  • Chaining Lookups
  • Slicing Data
  • Deleting Objects
  • Making Changes to a Database Schema
  • Adding Fields
  • Removing Fields
  • Removing Many to Many Fields
  • Removing Models

  • 6. The Django Administration Site

  • Activating the Admin Interface
  • Using the Admin Interface
  • Users, Groups and Permissions
  • Customizing the Admin Interface
  • Customizing the Admin Interface’s Look and Feel
  • Customizing the Admin Index Page
  • When and Why to Use the Admin Interface

SECTION - II

  • 7. Form Processing

  • Search
  • The “Perfect Form”
  • Creating a Feedback Form
  • Processing the Submission
  • Custom Validation Rules
  • A Custom Look and Feel
  • Creating Forms from Models

  • 8. Advanced Views and URL configurations

  • URL configuration Tricks.
  • Streamlining Function Imports
  • Using Multiple View Prefixes
  • Special-Casing URLs in Debug Mode
  • Using Named Groups
  • Understanding the Matching/Grouping Algorithm
  • Passing Extra Options to View Functions
  • Using Default View Arguments
  • Special-Casing Views
  • Capturing Text in URLs
  • Determining What the URL configuration Searches Against
  • Including Other URL configurations
  • How Captured Parameters Work with include()
  • How Extra URL configurations Options Work with include()
  • Section II : Django Sub Framework

  • 9. Generic Views

  • Using Generic Views
  • Generic Views of Objects
  • Extending Generic Views
  • Making “Friendly” Template Contexts
  • Adding Extra Context
  • Viewing Subsets of Objects
  • Complex Filtering with Wrapper Functions
  • Performing Extra Work

  • 10. Extending the Template Engine

  • Template Language Review
  • Request Context and Context Processors
  • django.core.context_processors.auth
  • django.core.context_processors.debug
  • django.core.context_processors.i18n
  • django.core.context_processors.request
  • Guidelines for Writing Your Own Context Processors
  • Inside Template Loading
  • Extending the Template System
  • Creating a Template Library
  • Writing Custom Template Filters
  • Writing Custom Template Tags
  • Shortcut for Simple Tags
  • Inclusion Tags
  • Writing Custom Template Loaders
  • Using the Built-in Template Reference
  • Configuring the Template System in Standalone Mode

  • 11. Generating Non-HTML Content

  • The Basics: Views and MIME Types
  • Producing CSV
  • Generating PDFs
  • Installing Report Lab
  • Writing Your View
  • Complex PDFs
  • Other Possibilities
  • The Syndication Feed Framework
  • Initialization
  • A Simple Feed
  • A More Complex Feed
  • Specifying the Type of Feed
  • Enclosures
  • Language
  • URLs
  • Publishing Atom and RSS Feeds in Tandem
  • The Sitemap Framework
  • Installation
  • Initialization
  • Sitemap Classes
  • Shortcuts
  • Creating a Sitemap Index.
  • Pinging Google

  • 12.Sessions, Users and Registration

  • Cookies
  • Getting and Setting Cookies
  • The Mixed Blessing of Cookies
  • Django’s Session Framework
  • Enabling Sessions
  • Using Sessions in Views
  • Setting Test Cookies
  • Using Sessions Outside of Views
  • When Sessions Are Saved
  • Browser-Length Sessions vs Persistent Sessions
  • Other Session Settings
  • Users and Authentication
  • Enabling Authentication Support
  • Using Users
  • Logging In and Out
  • Limiting Access to Logged-in Users
  • Limiting Access to Users Who Pass a Test
  • Managing Users, Permissions and Groups
  • Using Authentication Data in Templates
  • The Other Bits: Permissions, Groups, Messages and Profiles
  • Permissions
  • Groups
  • Messages
  • Profiles
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Django Trainer Profile

  • Having 12 years of experience in Web domain with Object Oriented Programming experience and good knowledge of advanced language features in Python
  • Trained more than 1000+ students on Python.
  • 5 * rating from all our students.
  • Having good experience developing web application with latest technologies.
  • Well versed in a number of frameworks of python like Django, Flask etc.
  • Demonstrates excellent programming skills.
  • Familiarity with some ORM (Object Relational Mapper) libraries
  • Excellent training delivery skills with an ability to present information well.
  • Demonstrable proof of enthusiasm, initiative, creativity and problem solving.
  • 15 years of experience with Object Oriented Programming in web domain.
  • Advanced knowledge in python language and its features.
  • 1500+ students were trained with 100% satisfaction.
  • Well-informed in latest technologies and web application development
  • Expert in python frameworks like Django, Flask etc. and excellent delivering skills
  • Aware of Object Relational Mapper (ORM) libraries
  • Certified trainer on PMR
  • Experienced in ethical hacking, coding practice, Power DB and APP etc.

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  • Integrates databases, blob stores, key-value stores and other data storage solutions.
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  • Implementation of data protection solutions and robust security.
  • User-facing elements are integrated into applications.

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Django is one of the most demanding careers of this decade. The salary package for a Python professional constantly ascends. Presently the average annual salary is about INR 8 lakhs.

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  • A prominent web application development tool in Python
  • Possesses bulk set of module for better and faster development of projects
  • Simple and intelligible coding
  • Greater use in most preferred technologies of 21st century viz. Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Web Development and DevOps
  • Powerful libraries for the manipulation and analysis of data
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