Python with Django
Django is a free and open-source web framework, written in Python, which the follows the model-view-controller (MVC) architectural pattern. It is maintained by the Django Software Foundation (DSF), an independent organization established as a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Initially released on 21 July 2005, it is licensed under 3-clause BSD. Django’s primary goal is to ease the creation of complex, database-driven websites. Django emphasizes reusability and “pluggability” of components, rapid development, and the principle of don’t repeat yourself. It also provides an optional administrative create, read, update and delete an interface that is generated dynamically through introspection and configured via admin models.
Django powers many of the Web’s most-used sites, like Pinterest and Instagram. Facebook uses Django for various behind-the-scenes utilities. And Disqus, one of the largest applications on the Internet, is a Django project. Django came from publishing, so it’s no surprise that sites like The Washington Post and Smithsonian Magazine use Django. Django is a framework designed for high-security and dynamic website development. Popular websites like Django Girls, Yipit, Reddit Gifts, Coordinato, Django Sites, Chess, dpaste, The Onion, Mozilla Support, Big Bucket and Mahalo use Django.
Python with Django Training for students
Django offers stability, tons of packages, good documentation, and a safe and welcoming community. Django’s documentation quality may not be unique anymore but it’s definitely still one of the best examples of open source documentation in the wild. This course is for beginners as well as for programmers who already have some experience with Django. You should have experience in an object-oriented programming language. Python knowledge is ideal but not mandatory to get started. In addition, you should have basic knowledge in web application development with databases.