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  1. How to Install Django Web Framework on Ubuntu
  2. How to Install Django Web Framework on Windows
  3. How To Setup Django Applications with Apache and mod_wsgi on Ubuntu
  4. How to Integrate Ajax with Django applications
  5. How To Execute CRUD Using Django Ajax and JSON
  6. How to Send Email With Attachments in Django
  7. How to Create CSV File With Django
  8. How to Export Excel File With Django
  9. How to use Built-In Login and Logout Authentication System in Django
  10. Best Practice to Structure Django Project Directories and Files
  11. How to write Django Custom Template Tags and Filters
  12. How to Signup User and Send Confirmation Email in Django
  13. How to Create Sign Up / Registration View in Django
  14. How to create Built-In Change Password and Reset Password in Django
  15. How to Connect MySQL Database in Django Project
  16. Django Best Practice: Configuring Setting File
  17. How to Integrate Bootstrap 4 Template in Django
  18. How to Render Dynamic Data in Django Template
  19. How to Protect Sensitive Data in Django
  20. How to Install Django Web Framework on Windows
  21. How to Send Email in Django
  22. How to Use and Create Django Signals
  23. How to Extend Django User Model
  24. How to use Message Framework Django Templates
  25. How to Use MySQL Database with Django Project
  26. Multiple Django projects using one virtualenv environment
  27. How to Add Social Login to Django – Facebook Twitter GitHub

Welcome to Django Tutorial for beginners and experts, an approach to learning web-development with Django Web Framework. In this tutorial, you will be progressively building more advanced and complex web applications and API’s. This tutorial will help you to get deep knowledge of the Django Framework and Python Programming Language. You will be becoming an expert to make your own custom model, email integration in Django, foreign keys, authorization, permissions, middleware, templates, forms, views, and much more stuff. You will be also learning Django ORM to play with Databases like MySQL, SQLite, PostgreSQL with even no knowledge of SQL queries.

By the end of this tutorial, you should feel confident in creating your own Django Projects from scratch and even start your own startup and personal projects.

Django Overview

Django is a free, open-source web framework written in the most popular Python programming language and used by millions of programmers every year. Its popularity is due to its friendliness to both beginners and advanced programmers with lots of python libraries and support. Django is secure and robust enough to be used by the largest websites in the internet world like Instagram, Pinterest, Bitbucket, Mozilla, Disqus but also flexible enough to be a good choice for early-stage startups and prototyping personal projects.

Django is a Python-based web framework which follows Model-View-Template ( MVT ) architectural pattern for development. Most of the websites need the same basic functionalities like connecting with the database and do some CRUD operations, set URL  routes, display content on the page, handle security properly and so on. Django helps to create these functionalities without any efforts.

Besides the MVT architectural pattern, Django also uses the concept of project and apps to keep code clean and readable. A single Django project may contain one or more apps within it that all work together to power a web application. For example, a real-world Django e-commerce site might have one app for user authentication, another app for payment, and a third app for listing products and offers. Each focuses on an isolated piece of functionality. These apps can be used in other apps or projects.

Django inherited Python’s “batteries-included” approach and includes out-of-the-box support for common tasks in web development. Batteries-Included approach means having a rich and versatile standard library which is immediately available, without making the user download separate packages.

Throughout this tutorial, we’ll be using best practices from Django, Python and web development communities to stay up-to-date and follow standard rules with the DRY approach. Along with this tutorial, we are also going to use some of the other programming languages like Javascript, AJAX, HTML, Bootstrap and more.

After a great introduction and complement to Django let’s dive into Django Web Framework to learn and become an expert in Web Industry.

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