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Web Development with Python

WHAT YOU WILL LEARN

Introduction to Python and Django course starts by teaching students the basics of Python, then moves on to teach students how to develop Web applications using the Django framework. This class covers basics of creating basic applications using the MVC (model-view-controller) design pattern, as well as more advanced topics such as administration, session management, authentication, and automated testing.

AUDIENCE

• Anyone who needs to learn how to write programs in Python

• Anyone who wants a solid exposure to Python as their first programming language

• Anyone who needs to learn Django framework


PREREQUISITES

Participants should already be comfortable using the operating system Windows on which they will be running Python. While not mandatory, basic skills with at least one other programming language are desirable. All students should have a working knowledge of HTML5 and CSS.

METHODOLOGY

This program will be conducted with interactive lectures, PowerPoint presentation, discussion and practical exercise.

COURSE OBJECTIVES

All students will:

• Develop full-stack web sites

• Use python data types appropriately

• Define data models

• Understand the architecture of a Django-based web site

• Create Django templates for easy-to-modify views

• Map views to URLs

• Take advantage of the built-in Admin interface

• Provide HTML form processing


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Modules

Module 1: Introduction
Module 2: Iterators

• Introduction

• List Comprehension
• Set Comprehension
• Iterator vs Iterable
• Looping through an Iterator
• Creating an Iterator
• Stopping Iteration
• Infinite Iterators

Module 3: Lambda

• Functions

• Variable-length arguments

• Anonymous Functions

• Lambda Operator

• Map function

• Mapping a List of Functions

• Filtering

• Reducing a List

• Reduce function


Module 4: Errors and Exceptions

• Introduction

• Exception handling

• Multiple except clauses

• Custom made Exceptions

• Clean-up Actions (try … finally)

• Combining try, except and finally

• Else Clause


Module 5: Generators

• Introduction

• Method of Operation

• Using a 'return' in a Generator

• Send Method / Coroutines

• The throw Method

• Decorating Generators

• Yield from

• Recursive Generators

• A Generator of Generators


Module 6: Decorators

• Introduction

• Functions inside Functions

• Functions as Parameters

• Functions returning Functions

• A Simple Decorator

• Syntax for Decorator

• Use cases for Decorator

• Decorators with Parameters

• Classes instead of Functions


Module 7: Object oriented programming

• Introduction

• First-class Everything

• A Minimal Class in Python

• Attributes

• Methods

• The __init__ method

• Data Abstraction

• Data Encapsulation and Information Hiding

• __str__ and __repr__ method

• Public Private and Protected Attributes

• Destructor

• Class and Instance Attributes

• Static Methods

• Class Methods

• Properties vs Getters and Setters


Module 8: Inheritance

• Introduction

• Syntax Inheritance

• Overloading

• Overriding

• Multiple Inheritance

• Diamond Problem

• Super and MRO

• Polymorphism

• Slots

• Avoiding Dynamically created Attributes


Module 9: Dictionaries and Sets

• About dictionaries

• Creating dictionaries

• Iterating through a dictionary

• About sets

• Creating sets

• Working with sets


Module 10: Functions

• About sequences

• Function parameters

• Global variables

• Global scope

• Returning values

• Sorting data


Module 11: Errors and Exception Handling

• Syntax errors

• Exceptions

• Using try / catch / else

• Using finally

• Handling multiple exceptions

• Ignoring exceptions


Module 12: Using Modules

• The import statements

• Module search path

• Zipped libraries

• Creating Modules

• Function and Module aliases


Module 13: Classes

• About o-o programming

• Defining classes

• Constructors

• Instance methods and data

• Class

• Static methods and data

• Inheritance


Module 14: Django Architecture

• Sites and apps

• Shared configuration

• Minimal Django layout

• Built in flexibility


Module 15: Configuring a Project

• Executing manage.py

• Starting the project

• Database setup

• The development server


Module 16: Adding an Application

• Generate the application files

• Defining models

• Related objects

• SQL Migration

• App configuration

• Accessing models


Module 17: Login for Nothing and Admin for free

• Setting up the admin user

• Running the admin site

• Tweaking the admin interface

• Changing the admin index page


Module 18: Basic Views (AKA Controllers)

• What is a view

• HttpResponse

• URL route configuration

• Shortcut: get_object_or_404()


Module 19: Basic Views (AKA Templates)

• About templates

• Django template syntax

• Static files

• Loading templates

• The URL tags


Module 20: Querying the Models

• QuerySets

• Field lookups

• Chaining filters

• Slicing QuerySets

• Related fields

• Q objects


Module 21: Working with Templates

• Variable lookups

• Comments

• Inheritance

• Filters

• Escaping HTML

• Custom filters


Module 22: Forms

• Forms overview

• GET and POST

• The Form classes

• Processing the form

• Widgets

• Validation

• Forms in templates

• Beyond the basics


Module 23: Integrating a MySQL Database

• The g (global) object

• Creating a table

• Inserting rows

• Making queries


Module 24: Conclusion
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