Django For Everybody – Full Python University Course

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This Django tutorial aims to teach everyone the Python Django web development framework.

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✏️ This course was created by Dr. Charles Severance (a.k.a. Dr. Chuck). He is a Professor at the University of Michigan School of Information, where he teaches various technology-oriented courses including programming, database design, and Web development.

⭐️ Course Contents ⭐️
00:00:00 Why Teach Django?
00:07:04 Web Applications and the Request/Response Cycle
00:13:07 Exploring the HyperText Transfer Protocol
00:29:35 Using Sockets to Make Network Connections in Python
00:36:08 Building a Simple Web Browser in Python
00:44:47 Building a Simple HTTP Server in Python
01:00:53 Understanding Browser Developer Mode
01:10:35 The Structure of a Django Application
01:17:39 Installing Django on PythonAnywhere
01:34:32 HTML – HyperText Markup Language (Part 1)
01:40:25 HTML – HyperText Markup Language (Part 2)
01:54:17 Code Walk Through HTML
02:08:14 CSS – Cascading Style Sheets – (Part 1)
02:21:00 CSS – Cascading Style Sheets – (Part 2)
02:36:02 CSS – Cascading Style Sheets – (Part 3)
02:49:41 CSS – Sample Code Walkthrough (Part 1)
03:03:05 CSS – Sample Code Walkthrough (Part 2)
03:28:53 Using GitHub With Django and PythonAnywhere
03:35:48 Using ngrok to Submit Assignments to DJ4E
03:41:53 How Databases Work
04:00:49 Introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL)
04:12:33 Demonstration: Basic SQL
04:19:09 Introduction to Django Models
04:39:06 Data Model Migration in Django
04:47:00 Demonstration: Django Single Table Models
04:58:08 Resetting your Django database on PythonAnywhere
05:03:54 Django Models – Many-To-One Relationships – Music Database
05:18:03 Model View Controller in Django
05:25:09 URL Routing in Django
05:32:08 Django Views
05:38:27 Inside Django Views and HTML Escaping in Django
05:54:02 Using Templates in Django
06:04:07 The Django Template Language (DTL)
06:15:05 Inheritance in Django Templates
06:21:11 Reversing Django Views and URLs
06:34:02 Understanding Django Generic Views
06:50:29 Forms, GET, POST, and HTTP
06:58:48 Building HTML Forms
07:16:28 Forms and Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
07:16:28 CSRF Support in Django
07:25:43 The POST Refresh Pattern
07:29:09 Cookies in Browsers and Django
07:38:51 Using Sessions in Django
07:51:24 One-to-Many Models Overview
07:57:16 Removing Replication in One-to-Many Models
08:05:51 Storing Primary and Foreign Keys in a Database
08:08:37 Representing One-To-Many Models in Django
08:18:33 Using the Django Shell to Explore One-to-Many Models
08:26:17 Loading One-to-Many Data using a Django Batch Script
08:38:32 Creating and Managing Users in Django
08:42:17 Login and Logout URLs in Django
08:49:40 Using Django Login in Views
08:59:55 Using Django Forms Capabilities
09:13:20 Walkthrough of the DJ4E Autos Sample – Generic Django Edit Forms
09:49:30 Data Validation with Django Forms
09:58:42 Exploring the DIY Hello World Django Application on Localhost
10:22:24 Exploring the DIY Hello World Django Application on PythonAnywhere
10:36:38 Virtual Hosting of Django Applications
10:36:38 Owned Rows in Django – Overview
10:42:39 Owned Rows in Django – Generic Views Review
10:52:56 Owned Rows in Django – owner.py
11:05:58 Walking through the DJ4E My Articles (myarts) Sample Code
11:18:26 Walking through the DJ4E Bootstrap Menu (menu) Sample Code
11:48:37 Walking through the DJ4E Crispy Forms (crispy) Sample Code
12:02:57 Many-to-Many Overview
12:08:31 A Simple Many-To-Many Example in Django
12:21:05 Many-To-Many Data Models for Courses and Membership
12:29:42 Building a Django Batch Script to Load Data from CSV
12:46:31 JavaScript – Overview and History
12:56:29 JavaScript – In the Browser
13:10:31 JavaScript – The Language
13:34:28 JavaScript Functions and Arrays
13:34:28 JavaScript Conditional and Loops
13:41:05 JavaScript Object Oriented Concepts
13:45:25 JavaScript Object Oriented Classes
13:58:37 Walking through the DJ4E Pictures (pics) Sample Code
14:31:41 Walking through the DJ4E Forums (forums) Sample Code
14:57:07 jQuery and the Document Object Model
15:09:44 Using jQuery
15:38:16 Walking through the DJ4E jQuery DOM sample code
15:49:29 Walking through the DJ4E jQuery setup sample code
15:57:42 Walking through the DJ4E jQuery events sample code
16:05:59 Walking through the DJ4E jQuery DOM modification
16:10:26 JSON/AJAX Overview
16:24:40 Walking through the DJ4E JSON Sample Code
16:30:41 Building an AJAX Chat with Django
16:40:34 Walking through the DJ4E JSON (chat) Sample Code
16:58:26 Walking through the DJ4E Favicon Sample Code
17:02:36 Walking through the DJ4E Social Login Code
17:11:23 Walking through the DJ4E Favorites (favs) Sample Code
17:41:41 Walking through the DJ4E Search (well) Sample Code
18:03:10 Behind the Scenes: Welcome to Django for Everybody – Why Django?

This course is licensed under CC BY.

51 thoughts on “Django For Everybody – Full Python University Course”

  1. There is “Python for everybody”, now there’s also “Django for everybody”.
    I just love learning from him.

  2. Most awaited course it’s my favorite I can’t wait just I’m going to learn a lot of things about Django 🥰☺️
    Thank you so much your team 🙏
    Love from India ❤️

    1. Trading Aaron

      @EmmanuelOnce again, Tai Lopez, the only cost is your time. #FreeEducationKillsPoverty

    2. @Trading Aaron

      Well, it’s a cost , right??

      And it depends on your level of attainment…
      Time is more important than money

      Then, it’s not only time…
      It also includes your effort, your determine.

      That time you are not getting it but, you still out in your effort to continue it.

      In short, it comes at a cost, which includes time and other things….
      Maybe not money but it definitely come at some cost.

  3. this man is so good at explaining things i love what he does , here is a like and comment before i see the course KEEP IT UP SIR

    1. LMAO!!! @everyone. I love the Internet. Only here could a coding tutorial spiral into an economic debate.

  4. I’ve taken some of his courses at the University of Michigan. He’s great and I’m happy he’s making more free content

  5. Thanks, can’t wait to dig into this!
    It’s also great to see professors that care so much about improving their skills and tools to teach their students.

  6. I am honored to have my work part of the impressive Free Code Camp effort. We are all committed to making free high quality education to anyone around the world. I welcome you to Django for Everybody.

    1. 1:24:10 this step isn’t working for me. I type ‘ls l-‘ but it says no such directory. There is no application available in the web tab as well. Please help.

    2. Abdourahamane Diallo

      Thank you so much I have already watched your course py4e it’s was just amazing

    3. thank you so much the best teacher ever so much I learn from you and so clear, this helping me a lot for my work.

  7. anyone who is reading this: this course is 5x beneficial as you will learn SQL, javascript, jquery, ajax alongside and as a bonus some JSON and HTML too.

    1. Thank You for that information because I was wondering if this class was more beneficial than other Django tutorials!

    2. @Alexander Garzo you may want to know about it , incase you run into it at some point when reading old stuff on stackoverflow for example

  8. The great thing about this course is the amount of information and context you provide about how the web works *before* even touching Django. Too many tutorials just tell you to type this and that into a code editor and suddenly you have a working web application without any knowledge of how it actually works under the hood. This kind of behind-the-scenes knowledge is what separates a good developer from a truly great one.

  9. The complexity of the subject is overshadowed by the excellent teaching methodology. Purified and passionate.

    1. @Cacá Alves Feitosa i hope when i finish this course i can say that mate because it’s all just a big of spaghetti and noodle for me right now

  10. You are the absolute best Chuck, thank you for sharing your knowledge so freely. You take time to make sure we understand the concepts, not just memorise but learn to use it. Thank you for being so detailed, clear and taking time out of your days to teach these amazing knowledge videos 💛

  11. NOTE – Found this on description, this is for people who don’t see description 🙂
    00:00:00 Why Teach Django?
    00:07:04 Web Applications and the Request/Response Cycle
    00:13:07 Exploring the HyperText Transfer Protocol
    00:29:35 Using Sockets to Make Network Connections in Python
    00:36:08 Building a Simple Web Browser in Python
    00:44:47 Building a Simple HTTP Server in Python
    01:00:53 Understanding Browser Developer Mode
    01:10:35 The Structure of a Django Application
    01:17:39 Installing Django on PythonAnywhere
    01:34:32 HTML – HyperText Markup Language (Part 1)
    01:40:25 HTML – HyperText Markup Language (Part 2)
    01:54:17 Code Walk Through HTML
    02:08:14 CSS – Cascading Style Sheets – (Part 1)
    02:21:00 CSS – Cascading Style Sheets – (Part 2)
    02:36:02 CSS – Cascading Style Sheets – (Part 3)
    02:49:41 CSS – Sample Code Walkthrough (Part 1)
    03:03:05 CSS – Sample Code Walkthrough (Part 2)
    03:28:53 Using GitHub With Django and PythonAnywhere
    03:35:48 Using ngrok to Submit Assignments to DJ4E
    03:41:53 How Databases Work
    04:00:49 Introduction to Structured Query Language (SQL)
    04:12:33 Demonstration: Basic SQL
    04:19:09 Introduction to Django Models
    04:39:06 Data Model Migration in Django
    04:47:00 Demonstration: Django Single Table Models
    04:58:08 Resetting your Django database on PythonAnywhere
    05:03:54 Django Models – Many-To-One Relationships – Music Database
    05:18:03 Model View Controller in Django
    05:25:09 URL Routing in Django
    05:32:08 Django Views
    05:38:27 Inside Django Views and HTML Escaping in Django
    05:54:02 Using Templates in Django
    06:04:07 The Django Template Language (DTL)
    06:15:05 Inheritance in Django Templates
    06:21:11 Reversing Django Views and URLs
    06:34:02 Understanding Django Generic Views
    06:50:29 Forms, GET, POST, and HTTP
    06:58:48 Building HTML Forms
    07:16:28 Forms and Cross Site Request Forgery (CSRF)
    07:16:28 CSRF Support in Django
    07:25:43 The POST Refresh Pattern
    07:29:09 Cookies in Browsers and Django
    07:38:51 Using Sessions in Django
    07:51:24 One-to-Many Models Overview
    07:57:16 Removing Replication in One-to-Many Models
    08:05:51 Storing Primary and Foreign Keys in a Database
    08:08:37 Representing One-To-Many Models in Django
    08:18:33 Using the Django Shell to Explore One-to-Many Models
    08:26:17 Loading One-to-Many Data using a Django Batch Script
    08:38:32 Creating and Managing Users in Django
    08:42:17 Login and Logout URLs in Django
    08:49:40 Using Django Login in Views
    08:59:55 Using Django Forms Capabilities
    09:13:20 Walkthrough of the DJ4E Autos Sample – Generic Django Edit Forms
    09:49:30 Data Validation with Django Forms
    09:58:42 Exploring the DIY Hello World Django Application on Localhost
    10:22:24 Exploring the DIY Hello World Django Application on PythonAnywhere
    10:36:38 Virtual Hosting of Django Applications
    10:36:38 Owned Rows in Django – Overview
    10:42:39 Owned Rows in Django – Generic Views Review
    10:52:56 Owned Rows in Django – owner.py
    11:05:58 Walking through the DJ4E My Articles (myarts) Sample Code
    11:18:26 Walking through the DJ4E Bootstrap Menu (menu) Sample Code
    11:48:37 Walking through the DJ4E Crispy Forms (crispy) Sample Code
    12:02:57 Many-to-Many Overview
    12:08:31 A Simple Many-To-Many Example in Django
    12:21:05 Many-To-Many Data Models for Courses and Membership
    12:29:42 Building a Django Batch Script to Load Data from CSV
    12:46:31 JavaScript – Overview and History
    12:56:29 JavaScript – In the Browser
    13:10:31 JavaScript – The Language
    13:34:28 JavaScript Functions and Arrays
    13:34:28 JavaScript Conditional and Loops
    13:41:05 JavaScript Object Oriented Concepts
    13:45:25 JavaScript Object Oriented Classes
    13:58:37 Walking through the DJ4E Pictures (pics) Sample Code
    14:31:41 Walking through the DJ4E Forums (forums) Sample Code
    14:57:07 jQuery and the Document Object Model
    15:09:44 Using jQuery
    15:38:16 Walking through the DJ4E jQuery DOM sample code
    15:49:29 Walking through the DJ4E jQuery setup sample code
    15:57:42 Walking through the DJ4E jQuery events sample code
    16:05:59 Walking through the DJ4E jQuery DOM modification
    16:10:26 JSON/AJAX Overview
    16:24:40 Walking through the DJ4E JSON Sample Code
    16:30:41 Building an AJAX Chat with Django
    16:40:34 Walking through the DJ4E JSON (chat) Sample Code
    16:58:26 Walking through the DJ4E Favicon Sample Code
    17:02:36 Walking through the DJ4E Social Login Code
    17:11:23 Walking through the DJ4E Favorites (favs) Sample Code
    17:41:41 Walking through the DJ4E Search (well) Sample Code
    18:03:10 Behind the Scenes: Welcome to Django for Everybody – Why Django?

    1. Life saver, thank you, just out of curiosity, did you do this summary manually or did you develop a custom tool?

  12. Good grief what a relief

    I’ve been learning Python for two months, using your “Python for everybody” as my main textbook. It is very helpful and I already made some good progress, thank you so much for writing it! It’s great to actually hear and see the author l’ve been “talking to” so much recently! With love from Russia

  13. Man, I haven’t seen a “teacher” So efficient and effective.
    Dr. Charles Sir, hats off to you for all the free knowledge you impart to us and it’s good to see a pioneer like you working on equalizing knowledge for everyone.
    Thanks a lot professor.
    All the way from India 🇮🇳

  14. Can I just say a huge thank you to Chuck, I’ve watched a lot of tutorials and none of them are as in depth and as high quality as yours ,let alone for free. Really appreciate you and all you are doing. Also freecodecamp, you guys are just as amazing. As soon as I get my first job will be sure to support you guys.

  15. This guy is a great, great talker, really breaks things down, super clear and also makes the subject interesting, very rare.

  16. I always feel so lucky to access this type of high-quality video for free. There is no excuse not to be a better self each day with so many rich resources. Dr. Chuck’s first 6 minutes of introduction already excited me to start this new journey. Thank you for all your hard work on this.

  17. I thought I had a descent beginner understanding of Django but I’m learning a lot from this. THanks!

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