In this course, you went over all the steps necessary to set up the foundations for a new Django web application. You got familiar with the most common terminal commands that you’ll repeat over and over again when using Django for web development.
You also learned why you want to use each command and what they create and you learned some tips and tricks associated with getting set up with Django.
In this course, you learned how to:
- Set up a virtual environment
- Install Django
- Pin your project dependencies
- Set up a Django project
- Start a Django app
After completing the steps outlined in this course, you’re ready to start building your custom web application using Django. For example, you could create a portfolio app to showcase your coding projects. For a structured way to keep growing your Django skills, you can continue working through the resources provided in the Django learning path.
Congratulations, you made it to the end of the course! What’s your #1 takeaway or favorite thing you learned? How are you going to put your newfound skills to use? Leave a comment in the discussion section and let us know.
tobenary on June 11, 2021
This course was excellent, but needs a second part. I knew most of the things, but the little things you said cleared my thoughts.
What was missing? What is Django, and when should I use it (compared to others)