Python & Django Professional Training

Overview

If you want to build up career in the latest web platform, then building websites using the python with Django library can be a best option. The python programmers can easily build up websites with the Django framework. This Django training will share the knowledge about the OOPS, web development and advanced python programming. At the end of the course, Python Certification would also help you grow your career.

About Python with Django Course

Python is one of the most popular high-level languages, which can easily overcome the drawbacks of the C and Java. Mostly it is being preferred for the factor of code readability which makes it easy to learn.

Things you will learn in Python with Django online training course:

  • Main focus is on the Django web development with python and Django website training in India.
  • Installation and deployment of the Django applications. also you will learn to build pages with the HTML styled by CSS
  • Definition of the sessions, cookies, and various login functionalities of the Django.
  • Writing of syntactically error free JavaScript codes and also the basic element of the Low-level query.
  • Building data model at Django and knowledge about the Django template language.

Max Online Training Course has been designed the Django Python Online course for beginners in such way so that you can develop the skills as professional in every aspects of the programming language. This training programme will help you to be an expert.


Prerequisites

There is no as such pre-requirements essential to take up Python Django online training course. It would help you improvise your career path and fetch you a great job at an attractive salary package.


Career aspect after completion of Python with Django Online Training

After completing this Django python course training from us, you can easily get jobs as these professional with an attractive package:

  • Python developer
  • Data Analyst
  • Product Manager
  • Software Engineer
  • Software Developer
  • Data scientist
  • Research Analyst
  • Data Journalist.

Book your slot for the Python With Django Training at Max Online Training and gain insights in Python programming, ensuring a better job profile in future.


Django is a free and open source web application framework, written in Python. It is a server-side web framework that provides rapid development of secure and maintainable websites.

Django is a high-level Python's web framework which was designed for rapid development and clean, realistic design.

Django is named after Django Reinhardt, a gypsy jazz guitarist from the 1930s to early 1950s who is known as one of the best guitarists of all time.

Django can be broken into many components:

Models.py file: This file defines your data model by extending your single line of code into full database tables and add a pre-built administration section to manage content.

Urls.py file: It uses a regular expression to capture URL patterns for processing.

Views.py file: It is the main part of Django. The actual processing happens in view.

When a visitor lands on Django page, first Django checks the URLs pattern you have created and used the information to retrieve the view. After that view processes the request, querying your database if necessary, and passes the requested information to a template.

After that, the template renders the data in a layout you have created and displayed the page.

Django is pronounced JANG-oh. Here D is silent

Yes, Django is quite stable. Many companies like Disqus, Instagram, Pinterest, and Mozilla have been using Django for many years.

Features available in Django web framework are:

  • Admin Interface (CRUD)
  • Templating
  • Form handling
  • Internationalization
  • A Session, user management, role-based permissions
  • Object-relational mapping (ORM)
  • Testing Framework
  • Fantastic Documentation

Django web framework is managed and maintained by an independent and non-profit organization named Django Software Foundation (DSF). The primary foundation goal is to promote, support, and advance the Django Web framework.

Advantages of Django:

  • Django is a Python's framework which is easy to learn.
  • It is clear and readable.
  • It is versatile.
  • It is fast to write.
  • No loopholes in design.
  • It is secure.
  • It is scalable.
  • It is versatile.

There are three possible inheritance styles in Django:

1) Abstract base classes: This style is used when you only want parent's class to hold information that you don't want to type out for each child model.

2) Multi-table Inheritance: This style is used if you are sub-classing an existing model and need each model to have its database table.

3) Proxy models: This style is used, if you only want to modify the Python level behavior of the model, without changing the model's fields.

Following is the list of disadvantages of Django:

  • Django' modules are bulky.
  • It is completely based on Django ORM.
  • Components are deployed together.
  • You must know the full system to work with it.

No, Django is not a CMS. Instead, it is a Web framework and a programming tool that makes you able to build websites.

Some usage of middlewares in Django is:

  • Session management,
  • Use authentication
  • Cross-site request forgery protection
  • Content Gzipping

There are three main things required to set up static files in Django:

  1. Set STATIC_ROOT in settings.py
  2. run manage.py collect static
  3. set up a Static Files entry on the PythonAnywhere web tab

The Django field class types specify:

  • The database column type.
  • The default HTML widget to avail while rendering a form field.
  • The minimal validation requirements used in Django admin.
  • Automatic generated forms.

Signals are pieces of code which contain information about what is happening. A dispatcher is used to sending the signals and listen for those signals.

Django-admin.py: It is a Django's command line utility for administrative tasks.

Manage.py: It is an automatically created file in each Django project. It is a thin wrapper around the Django-admin.py. It has the following usage:

  • It puts your project's package on sys.path.
  • It sets the DJANGO_SETTING_MODULE environment variable to points to your project's setting.py file.

Two important parameters in signals are:

  • Receiver: It specifies the callback function which connected to the signal.
  • Sender: It specifies a particular sender from where a signal is received.

A session is a mechanism to store information on the server side during the interaction with the web application. By default, session stores in the database and also allows file-based and cache based sessions.

An exception is an abnormal event that leads to program failure. To deal with this situation, Django uses its exception classes and supports all core Python exceptions as well. Django core exceptions classes are defined in django.core.exceptions module.

Python Course List :

  • Origin and Goals of Python
  • Overview of Python Features
  • Getting and Installing Python
  • Accessing Python Documentation: Python Enhancement
  • Python’s Strengths
  • Using Python with Other Programming Languages
  • IDEs
  • Using Whitespace to Structure Programs
  • Python Comments
  • Identifiers and Keywords
  • Python’s Execution Model
  • Naming Objects and Binding
  • Python’s Data Model
  • Immutable and Mutable Objects
  • Values
  • Types
  • Creating and Using Variables
  • Unary and Binary Arithmetic Operations
  • Comparison and Boolean Operations
  • Conditional Expressions
  • Lambda Expressions
  • Order of Operations and Operator Evaluation
  • Expression Lists
  • Assignment Operations
  • Live Examples
  • if/elif/else Statements
  • Creating Loops with while and for
  • Understanding Iterators
  • Returning Values with return Statements
  • Loop Modification with break and continue
  • Returning Generator Iterators with the yield Statement
  • Retrieving Iterators with next()
  • Live Examples
  • Assignments for weekends
  • Quotation Marks and Special Characters
  • Using ASCII and Unicode Strings
  • Manipulating Strings with String Methods
  • Using the format() Function to Format Strings
  • Using Escape Sequences
  • Working with Raw Strings
  • Live Examples
  • Types of Python Exceptions
  • Triggering Exceptions with raise
  • Defining New Exception Types
  • Implementing Exception Handling in Functions, Methods and Classes
  • Working with the Regular Expression Error Exception
  • Understanding Time
  • The time Module
  • The datetime Module
  • Live Examples
  • Defining Functions
  • Variables and scopes
  • Calling Functions
  • Creating Anonymous Functions
  • Altering Function Functionality with Decorator Functions Passing Arguments to Functions by Reference and by Value
  • Defining Functions with Required Arguments
  • Defining Functions with Default Arguments
  • Defining Flexible Functions that Take Variable Length Arguments
  • Live Examples
  • Sequenced Data Structures
  • Arrays
  • Collections
  • Dictionaries
  • Creating and Accessing Lists
  • Manipulating Lists
  • Creating and Accessing Tuples
  • Understanding the Differences Between Lists and Tuples
  • Using Dictionaries to Create Data Records
  • Manipulating Dictionaries Using Dictionary Methods
  • Creating Sets
  • Performing Set Operations
  • Union
  • Intersect
  • Difference
  • Differences Between Sets and Dictionaries
  • Using Generators to Return Iterators
  • Live Examples
  • 3 Hours Evaluation
  • The Object Oriented Programming Paradigm
  • Encapsulating Information
  • Classes vs. Instances of Objects
  • Built-in Class Attributes
  • Implementing Class Inheritance
  • Using Objects in Code
  • Live Examples
  • Assignments for weekends
  • Defining a thread
  • Starting a thread
  • Threading module
  • Threads synchronization
  • Multithreaded priority queue
  • Executing Python Programs from the Command Line
  • Python Command Line Options
  • Environment Variables that Influence Python
  • Creating Python GUI Applications
  • Standalone vs. Web-Enabled Interfaces
  • The Python Standard Library
  • Live Examples
  • Regular Expression Syntax
  • Using Regular Expressions in Python
  • Altering Regular Expression Processing with Regular Expression Modifiers
  • Using Regular Expression Operators
  • Scanning Through Strings Using the search() and match() Methods
  • Creating Reusable Patterns by Using the compile() Method
  • Sending Output to STDOUT Using the print() Method
  • Reading Input with the input() Method
  • Creating File Objects with the open() Method
  • Controlling File Access Modes
  • Working with File Object Attributes
  • Closing File Objects with the close() Method
  • Reading and Writing to File Objects with read() and write()
  • Using File Processing Functions from the OS Module
  • Best Practices for Data Management
  • Storing Data in Local Databases
  • Discussing and Understanding the DB API
  • Understanding and Using Common SQL Statements
  • Connecting to a MYSQL/SQLite Database
  • Using Cursors to interact with Data from a Database
  • CRUD Operations
  • Implementing Error Handling with Database Connections
  • Transaction management
  • Introduction
  • Tkinter programming
  • Tkinter widgets
  • Live Project
  • Assignments for Weekend

DJANGO Course:

  • Introduction
  • About Django
  • Django Components
  • Installing & Configuring Django Components
  • Downloading & Installing Django
  • Choosing a Database
  • Creating a New Project
  • Generating Simple 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
  • About Templates
  • Template Fundamentals
  • Creating Template Objects
  • Loading Template Files
  • Filling in Template Content (Context Objects)
  • Template Filters
  • Template Tags
  • More on For Loops
  • Template Inheritance
  • Easy Rendering of Templates
  • RequestContext Processors
  • Global Context Processors
  • HTML Forms with Forms (formerly newforms)
  • The Forms Module
  • Creating the Form
  • Generating Output From the Form
  • Customizing Field Parameters
  • Processing Form Data
  • Custom Form Field Validation
  • Generating Custom Field Errors
  • Customizing Form Output
  • 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
  • Weekend Assignments
  • ORM Configuration:
  • Mapper Configuration
  • Relationship Configuration
  • Inheritance Mapping
  • Advanced Collection Configuration
  • Configuration Extensions:
  • Declarative Extension
  • Association Proxy
  • Hybrid Attributes
  • Mutable Scalars
  • Ordered List
  • ORM Usage: Session Usage and Guidelines
  • Query API reference
  • Relationship Loading Techniques
  • Using Q Objects
  • Creating Forms from Models
  • Using the Django Admin Interface
  • Enabling the Admin Interface
  • 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
  • Creating Syndication Feeds
  • About Syndication
  • Data Caching for Performance
  • Data Caching
  • Setting up Per-View Caching
  • Site Caching
  • Preventing Cross Site Request Forgery
  • Cross Site Request Forgery
  • Django's Email Functionality
  • Configuring Mail Settings
  • Sending Email
  • Other Email Functions
  • Deploying Django Applications
  • Deploying to Apache
  • Using ReportLab for PDF Generation
  • About ReportLab Toolkit
  • SOAP web Services
  • Rest Web Services

MongoDB Training Course:

  • Introduction
  • Downloading
  • Package Content
  • First Run
  • Command Line Options
  • Install As Service
  • Verify Server
  • Database is Namespace
  • Getting Help in the Shell
  • Replica Sets
  • Configuring a Replica Set
  • Verifying Replication Works
  • Replica Set Failover
  • The Mongo Shell
  • Shell Role in Ecosystem
  • Shell Modes
  • Shell Invoking Syntax
  • Using Eval
  • Substantial Scripts
  • Execute Script Before Enter
  • Shell Keys and Shortcuts
  • Multiline Editing
  • External Editor Integration
  • Load Script from Within
  • User RC File
  • Common Safety Usage Tip
  • Shell Alternatives
  • Saving Data
  • Overview
  • Storage
  • JSON
  • Saving Documents
  • Collections
  • Document Id
  • ObjectId
  • Insert
  • Insert with Id
  • Complex Document
  • Save Danger
  • Update Command
  • Update Demo
  • Set Operator
  • Unset Operator
  • Rename Operator
  • Push Operator
  • Pull Operator
  • Pop Operator
  • Array Type
  • Multi Update
  • Find And Modify
  • Query With Sort
  • Demo Find And Modify
  • Documentation
  • Finding Documents
  • Introduction
  • Overview
  • find()
  • Equality
  • Projection
  • Comparison
  • $not
  • $in
  • Arrays
  • $all
  • $nin
  • Dot Notation
  • Sub-Document
  • null and $exists
  • And
  • More Projection
  • Cursor
  • sort()
  • limit()
  • skip()
  • findOne()
  • Indexing
  • Overview
  • Scan Is Bad
  • Index Theory
  • Sort Uses Index
  • Index Types
  • Create Index
  • system.indexes collection
  • explain()
  • nscanned
  • Multi-Term Query
  • Comparison
  • Scanned vs. Returned
  • dropIndex()
  • Nested Fields
  • Array Field
  • Sort
  • Unique
  • Sparse
  • Compound
  • Sort Direction
  • Covering Index
  • Dead Weight
  • Background build
  • Index Name
  • Installing pymongo
  • CRUD operations using python
  • Web application using Django with mongodb

Core Java Training Course:

  • What is Java?
  • History
  • Versioning
  • The Java Virtual Machine
  • Installation and Environment variables
  • Writing a Java Program
  • Packages
  • Simple Java Programs
  • Primitive Data Types
  • Comments
  • The for Statement
  • The if Statement
  • The while and do while Statements
  • The switch Statement
  • The break Statement
  • The continue Statement
  • Operators
  • Casts and Conversions
  • Defining New Data Types
  • Constructors
  • The String Class
  • String Literals
  • Documentation
  • Packages
  • The String Buffer Class
  • Naming Conventions
  • The Date Class
  • The import Statement
  • Deprecation
  • The StringTokenizer Class
  • The DecimalFormat Class
  • Introduction
  • Method Signatures
  • Arguments and Parameters
  • Passing Objects to Methods
  • Method Overloading
  • Static Methods
  • The Math Class
  • The System Class
  • Wrapper Classes
  • Processing Arrays
  • Copying Arrays
  • Passing Arrays to Methods
  • Arrays of Objects
  • The Arrays Class
  • Command Line Arguments
  • Multidimensional Arrays
  • Introduction
  • Constructors
  • The this Reference
  • Data Hiding
  • public and private Members
  • Access Levels
  • Composition
  • Static Data Members
  • The Object Class
  • Method Overriding
  • Polymorphism
  • Additional Inheritance Examples
  • Other Inheritance Issues
  • Abstract Classes
  • Abstract Class Example
  • Extending an Abstract Class
  • Interfaces
  • Exception Handling
  • The Exception Hierarchy
  • Checked Exceptions
  • Advertising Exceptions with throws
  • Developing Your Own Exception Classes
  • The finally Block
  • Introduction
  • Vectors
  • Hashtables
  • Enumerations
  • Properties
  • Collection Framework Hierarchy
  • Lists
  • Sets
  • Maps
  • The Collections Class