Learn the Python Django framework directly from the Django documentation. Django is a high-level Python Web framework that encourages rapid development and clean, pragmatic design.
In this tutorial, we will build a full MVC app using the Django official docs as a guide.
⌨️(0:00) Part 1
⌨️(25:09) Part 2
⌨️(1:06:49) Part 3
⌨️(1:45:25) Part 4
⌨️(2:26:33) Part 5
⌨️(3:18:00) Part 6
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Those having trouble with python installation, Conda, or any of the setup stuff… Use https://repl.it/languages/django resource to follow along. This way you won't have ANY installation issues and you can just learn to play without Django without having to learn to install a million things on your computer.
please change font size next time
I can't see anything.
Are you an Indian
Can we use pycharm editor ?
What are the programing languages to learn before going through Django? Css and Html is enough?
sir i am unable to login to admin site. I have created superuser and all but while login it is showing "CSRF token missing or incorrect."
CSRF verification failed. Request aborted.
what should i do sir? m using windows 10
Does anyone else have problem reading whats on the pycharm screen? The text is barely readable. Would be able to watch if the fonts looked bigger
please can you do your tuto in french also
50:16 He was confused and reading the documentation for us !!
Are you arabic?
You have made initial 10 minutes of video as fuzzy as possible,congrats,Great job on making a tutorial
how many of you haven't Upgraded the PIP version
The most stupid person I've ever seen who didn't tell how to properly install Django using the basic Python.
in this code admin login successfully but i want user login with model values in django 2.1 how it is possible
if user is not None:
print("user is not active")
messages.error(request,'Username and Password is invalid')
I tried to follow along but you lost me.// I did succeed getting to the initial rocket page, but following another video and JUST using Pycharm == simple & easy
is it necessary to code the API because filling the forms creates the API I guess….
please my startproject is on top of my startapp why…
it was fuzzy at the beginning.. but from part 2… it became informative… but was kinda hard to digest
… at least I digested it 🙂
Plzz make the font size larger it's so hard to see dude
crazy..only time wasting
Hello dear I have a question I have watched mike's python tutorial what should I watch after that
Becuz this is at another level from that tutorial
I've watched tutorials and taken Django classes when I saw a craigslist clone I said let me see his approach. I don't even know what the 8 hours are for. You spent like 4 hours reading people a documentation making things look harder than they really are then to the app and your jumping from stage 1 to 12 then back to 2 how do you expect a beginner to follow that. All your tutorials have this element of getting people confused except for the paid courses. Dude if you wanna help, do it the right way.
<& Thanks sir &>
Lol three hours just of reading docs😂
He just goes through the official documentation line by line and does what it says, only value addition being his commentary! WASTE!
clever programmer + code camp ?
for those who are seeing an error like – conda : no such command
type : pip install conda
Yes! This was very informative. Thank you.
l am sory l cannot understood this tutorial l donot want to allowed anyone entered until my pan card not linked with my othercard
Font in the editor is too small
Thank you this is really helpful
This is nice vedio for django
Love you man🌹🌹
im having difficulty on Question.objects.all()
it shows me <QuerySet [<Question: Question object (1)>, <Question: Question object (2)>, <Question: Question object (3)>]>
why only 720p? ughhh 😩