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Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
Introduction to Django (GDays 2014)
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  • 1. Introduction to Django www.thoughtworks.com
  • 2. Who Are We? Edem Kumodzi, Consultant! ThoughtWorks! @edemkumodzi Raindolf Owusu, App Developer! ThoughtWorks! @raindolf
  • 3. What is Django? • A high-level open source Web development framework • Written in Python, for Python Developers • Eases the pain of building dynamic websites • Abstracts common problems of Web development • Provides shortcuts for frequent programming tasks
  • 4. Why should I learn Django?
  • 5. Popular sites & apps built with Django
  • 6. Features • Built-in ORM (Object Relational Mapper) • Simple but powerful URL system • Built-in Template System • l10n (Internationalisation) • Cache System • Built-in Authentication System • Built-in Web Server (For Development) • Automatic Admin Interface
  • 7. DEMO! www.raindolf.com
  • 8. Practical Session
  • 9. Pre-requisites • Python • Django • Sublime Text • Terminal • A Laptop :-)
  • 10. • Windows: Download Python at http:// www.python.org/download/releases/3.3.4/ • Linux & Mac (Python is preinstalled)
  • 11. Install PIP • Linux & Mac: Type this in your terminal “easy_install pip” • Windows: Get a standalone version of pip at http:// www.pip-installer.org/en/latest/installing.html#using- the-installer
  • 12. • Install Django: pip install Django • Check installation: python => import django => django.VERSION
  • 13. Creating your first project
  • 14. Creating a project What startproject created ? Development server python manage.py runserver
  • 15. What’s Next? Go to urls.py Create a file called views.py
  • 16. Creating APP
  • 17. Model settings.py Terminal
  • 18. Playing with the API
  • 19. admin.py python manage.py runserver http://localhost:8000/admin
  • 20. ! ! • https://www.djangoproject.com/ • https://www.udacity.com/course/viewer#!/c-­‐ cs101/l-­‐48299949 References
  • 21. Thank You! ! Questions? www.thoughtworks.com

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