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Advanced Python

Python is a general-purpose object-oriented, interpreted, interactive, and high-level programming language. It is created by Guido van Rossum during 1985- 1990. Python is a highly readable language which uses frequently used English keywords. While other languages use punctuation with fewer syntactical constructions than other languages.

Python is easy to learn, a very powerful programming language with high-level data structures. It is a simple and effective programming approach to rapid application development and scripting in multiple areas on most platforms. This top language has surpassed Java which was used to introduce U.S. students to programming and computer science.

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Django is a popular web framework for building web applications using the Python programming language.
  • Model methods and properties
  • Creating models and defining fields
  • Model migrations and database schema updates
  • Database relationships (one-to-one, one-to-many, many-to-many)
Django, views are responsible for handling requests and returning responses.
  • URL routing and mapping views to URLs
  • Function-based views vs. class-based views
  • Template rendering and context data
  • Handling form submissions and processing user input
Django, templates are used to generate dynamic HTML pages or other types of output that are sent to the user's browser.
  • Handling forms and form validation in templates
  • Displaying data from models in templates
  • Template language and syntax (variables, filters, loops, conditionals)
  • Template inheritance and reusable templates
Django, forms provide a convenient way to handle user input, validate data, and generate HTML forms.
  • Using form widgets and customizing form fields
  • Creating and rendering HTML forms
  • Form processing and integrating with models
  • Form validation and handling form submissions
Django Admin is a powerful feature of Django that automatically generates a web-based administration interface for managing your application's data.
  • Creating admin views and managing model data
  • Setting up and customizing the Django admin interface
  • User authentication and permissions in the admin
  • Defining admin actions and filters
Django, URLs and routing are handled through the URLconf (URL configuration) system.
  • Capturing URL parameters and passing them to views
  • URL namespaces and including other URL configurations
  • URL patterns and regular expressions
  • Redirects and handling HTTP methods (GET, POST, etc.)
Custom middleware classes are typically defined in a separate Python module.
  • Common uses of middleware (authentication, logging, etc.)
  • Understanding middleware and its role in request/response processing
  • Creating custom middleware components
  • Middleware order and processing flow
Django provides a built-in authentication system that handles these functionalities.
  • Third-party authentication (OAuth, social authentication)
  • User authentication and registration
  • User sessions and cookies
  • Permissions and access control
Django, testing is an integral part of the development process.
  • Using test fixtures and test databases
  • Writing unit tests and test cases
  • Test-driven development (TDD) practices
  • Testing models, views, forms, and other components
Deploying a Django application involves making your application accessible on a production server.
  • Configuration and setup for production environment
  • Deploying Django applications to web servers
  • Managing static files and media uploads
  • Server options (Apache, Nginx, Gunicorn)