Web Development with Python (Django).

Python is a general-purpose programming language that is becoming more and more popular for doing Web Development. Companies worldwide are using Python to harvest insights from their data and get a competitive edge. This course focuses on Python specifically for Web Development with Django. In our Python Training, you will learn about powerful ways to Create web Application as well as Deploy on VPS Server to start your own Development. Enter TechSim+ Python Training curriculum.
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What is the course about?
This course is for beginners and you can learn Django from scratch and work through a fully functional Project. This course is apt for those who have been working on Python and intend to move the expertise to the web. Through the ORM framework you can achieve relatively complex functionality quite rapidly. The course is designed for beginners, the course starts with the basics and you eventually become comfortable with the environment to roll out a fully-functional web storefront capable of taking orders, processing payments and receiving and displaying input from the user.

What are the course objectives?
If you have been working on Python and want to move the expertise to web then Django is the most suitable course. Through this course you will be able to

Create web applications with ease
Eases the creation of complex database-driven websites
Emphasize on reusability and rapid development
Design and deploy a create, read, update and delete interface through admin models

Who should do this course?
The Learn Python Django from Scratch course is best suited for:

Aspiring Programmers.
Professional Python operators who want to move the expertize to the web.
Interactive website designers who want to create interfaces with edit options.

Key Features

Master the Concept of your Training Module

20+ Real-Time Industry-Based Projects

Instructor-led training

Hands on Practical Classes

One Year Training Menbership with TechSim+

What You Will Learn
In this Journey

  • Stage 1

    1. Python Basics


    Programming Language

    Programming Language

    Getting Started: Downloading and Installing

    Python Expressions, operators and expressions

    Variables types and properties

    Strings types (raw, Unicode), properties, methods, indexing, sequencing, slicing, finding string in strings, finding string in string with numbers

    Extracting Links from a webpage

  • Stage 2

    2. Conditional Loops and Statements

    Procedure, defining function

    Making Decision, Flow Control

    Logical, Boolean Expressions

    Loops (While loop), Break Statement

    Factorial using while loop

    Multiple assignment

  • Stage 3

    3. Working with strings & List

    Structured Data – List

    List properties, indexing, slicing

    Strings are special kinds of lists

    Nested Lists

    Mutation (of strings and lists)

    List Operations (append, plus, Len, extent)

    Loops (while loop) on lists


    In operator, index operator

    Union procedure for list


  • Stage 4

    4. Classes and modules

    List Comprehension Revised

    Lambda Function

    Generator expression

    String formatting

    OOP Programming


  • Stage 5

    5. Exception Handling in Python

    Understanding exceptions

    Try, except, else and finally

    Raising exceptions with: raise, assert

    Creating your own exception classes

    Logging and Debugging Chapter

  • Stage 6

    6. Database Connectivity

    Python Database API

    Global Variable

    SQLite: Creating a database table

    Inserting variable to database

    Read from database

    Update and Delete- SQLite

  • Stage 7

    7. Network Programming

    The socket modules

    Creating network socket

    Urllib& urllib2 Modules

    Socket Server & Multiple connections

    Socket simple & threaded port scanner

    Sockets: client server system

    Socket Bind & Listen

  • Stage 8

    8. Introduction to Django

    Required Python Knowledge

    New Django Features



    Your First View: Dynamic Content

    How Django process a Request

    404 Error

    Django Pretty Error Pages

  • Stage 9

    9. The Django Template system

    Using the Template System

    Multiple Contexts, Same Template

    Playing with Context Objects

    Using Templates in Views

    Template Loading & Inheritance

    Adding Features for Templates

  • Stage 10

    10. Interfacing with a Database: Models

    Configuring the Database

    Basic Data Access

    Inserting and Updating data

    Filtering, Ordering & Slicing Data

    Adding & Removing Fields

    Removing Many to Many Fields

    Removing Models

  • Stage 11

    11. URLs Views & Forms

    Standard URL Configuration

    Resolving URLs to Views

    Function-Based Views

    Class-Based Views

    Cross-Origin Resource Sharing (CORS)

    Declaring and Identifying Fields

    Binding to User Input

    Custom Fields

    Defining HTML Behavior

    Pending and Resuming Forms

  • Stage 12

    12. 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

  • Stage 13

    13. Handling HTTP and Backend Protocols

    Requests and Responses

    Writing HTTP Middleware

    HTTP-Related Signals

    Signing Cookies Automatically

    Database Access

    Database Client


  • Stage 14

    14. Sessions, Users, and Registration

    The Mixed Blessing of Cookies

    Django’s Session Framework

    Browser-Length Sessions vs. Persistent Sessions

    Users and Authentication

    Logging In and Out

    Managing Users, Permissions, and Groups

    Limiting Access to Users Who Pass a Test

    The Other Bits: Permissions, Groups, Messages, and Profiles

    Customizing Admin Templates

    Custom Model Templates

    Creating Custom Admin Views

  • Stage 15

    15. Sending email

    Quick example






    Preventing header injection

    The EmailMessage class

    Email backend

    Configuring email for development

  • Stage 16

    16. Security in Django

    Cross site scripting (XSS) protection

    Cross site request forgery (CSRF) protection

    SQL injection protection

    Clickjacking protection


    Host header validation

    Session security

    User-uploaded content

    Additional security topics

  • Stage 17

    17. Projects

    We will build more then 10 Real time Projects. vc