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Python with Django course objectives

  • Understand the core construction of Python
  • Realise the status of Python as the best scripting language
  • Explain the structure and applications of python
  • Learn the objective types of Python like Lists, Tuples, Strings, Dictionaries etc.
  • Knowing how Python as the best object-oriented programming language
  • Understanding the fundamental concepts like Flow control and conditions, File handling, OOPs and Python modules.
  • Learn how to handle exception and error
  • Understand and create maps and websites in Django
  • Handle Django models, REST framework, AJAX and DjangojQuey for creating websites and its other applications.
  • Identify Django template system
  • Learn the required processes to function class inheritance that helps in reusability
  • Indexing and slicing of data in python

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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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the concepts were explained in a good and simple manner. The Assignments given were very useful in understanding the idea. Great teaching.

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My knowledge on Python had improved a lot after the training. Great learning experience. Expert trainer and excellent teaching

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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.

Django Instructor Experience

  • Performance applications of low-latency and high-availability are designed and implemented.
  • Writes competent codes that are reusable and testable.
  • For the improvement of responsiveness and complete performance, back-end components are developed.
  • Integrates databases, blob stores, key-value stores and other data storage solutions.
  • Improves the functionality of prevailing systems
  • Implementation of data protection solutions and robust security.
  • User-facing elements are integrated into applications.

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Salary expectation after completing Django course

There is an increasing demand for python developers all over the world. The number of vacancies is calling for professional who are certified and skills arerising each day. In the present scenario,
a Python Django developer can earn around 10-20 lakhs per annum and it ascends in the upcoming future.

Career after Django course

The popular features has upswinged the demand and interest for python all over, and made to choose it over other programming languages. Theversatility offered by python introduced many job opportunities which are pragmatic and future oriented.The A few career options that a python programmer could approach are:

  • Web Designing
  • Game Development
  • Data Analysis and Visualisation
  • Backend Django Developers
  • Full Stack Django Developers
  • What are the prerequisites for Django Training?

    A computer basics is good to start with & most important is you need to have good interest in learning python

    How We Stand Out Among Other Django Training Institutes?

    @ Apponix

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    Course fees

    Very competitive

    Most of the institutes provide at less fees but compromise with the quality of the training

    Working Professionals

    All our trainers are working professionals

    Very few institutes have working professionals as trainers

    Trainers Experience

    Min 7+ Years experience

    Most of the institutes hire full time trainers with very less real time experience

    Student Web Portal

    We have a dedicated students portal where you will find course materials and technical questions hr questions prepared by it professionals

    None

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    Class Room Infrastructure

    Air conditioned class rooms to make sure our students feel comfortable

    Very few

    Reference Pay

    We pay Rs 1000 for every student you refer.

    None

    Instalment

    Yes its very flexible, you can pay the fees in instalment, we understand the financial situation of the students

    Very few institutes

    Lab Infrastructure

    For most of the courses each student is given with laptop or desktop throughout the course

    None

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    Who are our trainers?

    IT consultants,Solutions Architects, Technical Leads

    Most of the institutes hire full time trainers with very little experience

    Student’s Ratings

    5 ***** ratings from more than 4000 students

    Mixed

    Trust & Credibility

    Very High

    Moderate.

    Fees Negotiable?

    Yes we understand the financial situation of each student

    Very few

    Why Python Django

    • Python is simple and less complicated programming language to learn when compared to other scripting languages.
    • Greater demand for Python developers in the recent times and reduced availability of professionals assure more career opportunities.
    • There has emerged an exponential importance for Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, DevOps and Web Development which chose Python as the preferred programming language
    • Top rated firms like Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, Disqus, The Washington Posts and, other organizations including NASA use Python with Django.
    • If you are looking for a better career, this is the best time to get training in Python with Django. Because in recent future, the web developers will test and ensure the mastering skills in Python and advanced frameworks, especially Django.
    • Helps in fetching up a career with various opportunities, even to initiate a start-up with own products and services.
    • Shorter codes and quick deployment made Python to be the best choice for start-ups and bootstrappers, and possesses an extra weightage over other server scripting languages like PHP, C and Java.
    • Compared to PHP, Python Django handles and defies security errors.
    • Indeed.com has reported that, just in US a Django professional can earn an average salary up to $117,000 per annum.
    aws responsiblity

    Python Django Job Responsibilities

    • Collaborate with other team members to flesh out technical requirements
    • Champion technical decisions and implement elegant solutions to the tasks at hand.
    • Work across the full stack of application layers
    • Coordinate with internal teams to understand user requirements and provide technical solutions
    • Implement security and data protection solutions
    • Improve functionality of existing systems
    • Integrate user-facing elements into applications
    • Improving functionality of existing systems
    • Integrating user-facing elements into applications
    • Developing back-end components to improve responsiveness and overall performance
    • Integration of data storage solutions includes databases, key-value stores, blob stores, etc.
    • Implementation of security and data protection

    FAQs

    • Who can take training in Python with Django?
    • Anyone who is interested can attain training. And other professionals who can gain training are:
    • DevOps Engineers
    • Web and UI Developers
    • Technical Leads and Project Managers
    • QAs, Architechts and Full Stack Developers
    • Application Support Analysts
    • What are the job roles of a Djano developer?
    • There are two sets of Django developers classified according to the behaviour of the work.
    • Backend Django Developers who are mostly into DevOps and API development.
    • Full Stack Django Developers. They will be having more experience in both backend and frontend developing with better salary.
    • What practical skills will I be able to gain after the training?
    • After the completion of the course, you will be contented with advanced knowledge in Python and its applications. The practical sessions offered here will assist you in professional scripting of Python codes and will be competent enough to build database driven web applications which has dynamic feature using Django.
    • Why Apponix for Python
    • 100% student satisfaction
    • Experienced and expert trainers in Python and its trending technological changes.
    • Provides individual laptop access with high speed Wi-Fi network
    • Facilitated lab and learner-friendly infrastructure.
    • Air-conditioned classrooms.
    • Coaching is designed so as to meet the upcoming opportunities and technological needs.
    • Prepares the students to meet impending interviews and tests with a professional profile and immense confidence.