Learn Django by building a stock management system - Part 3
- None, is as simple as copying codes, pasting and modifying
Welcome to the final and last part of the course "Learn Django by building a stock management system".
In this course, we teach you how to build a complete stock management system application.
Before starting this course, I highly recommend you to complete Part 1 and Part 2 as they are the beginning of the application building process. This course is a continuation of Part 2 and it covers the following topics:
Django user Authentication for allowing users of the application to be authorized through username and a password before accessing the Data.
You will learn how to keep previous data of Django models (Keeping the history of previous model Data).
Filtering history Data of the stock table
Setting up bootstrap rows and columns to organize the design of our application
Working with Date Range Filters to filter data within a certain date range
Updating the Background images and adding modal popups
Adding pagination to organize the list of Data from the Database
Adding progress bar using NProgress (A progress bar simulator)
Since the beginning of the course, the category is added through the admin portal. Therefore, we also look at closing the course by adding data into the category table using the frontend of the application.
At this stage, you will be fully conversant with many difficult concepts of the Django framework.
Who this course is for:
- Beginners and intermediary interesting in web devepment
Hi, Abdourahman Badjie here. I started my career as a cisco network engineer then switched to web application development using the Django framework. I worked on multiple Django application projects like health management systems, school management systems, money transfer systems, and many more. I am an active trainer and have trained many university students on the Django framework. I find joy in teaching others while improving my skills. Join me lets learn together. Peace :)