*** September 2016: All new videos and code. Fully updated to work with the latest version of Django ***
Take this course to gain the skills you need to make money online.
Learn Django, the #1 Python Web Framework. Pinterest, Instagram, and The Washington Times are built with Django.
If you want to build an e-commerce store you need the ability to accept online customer payments. In this course, you will learn the easiest way to accept payments with your Django web applications. You will also learn how to: Implement Bootstrap with HTML templates, add Stripe to your site, build a web application with Django, and deploy applications with Python Anywhere.
Change Bootstrap's HTML templates
Change navigation bar links to use Django template tags
For user authentication, install django-allauth
Change the templates for django-allauth
Learn how to use Django's login required decorator
Start setting up Stripe for payment processing
Use Stripe to charge a test customer's credit card.
Learn how to use Django signals.
Join Python Anywhere. Start a new virtual environment. Install Django.
I’m a self-taught web developer and veterinarian. I want to use technology to make veterinary medicine more efficient.
Building something and watching it succeed is extremely gratifying. I’m here to teach you some of today’s most in demand skills. I want you to experience the joy of building something from nothing.
My background: I have been coding for 9 years. I was first motivated to learn how to program because I wanted to build a super Mario bros fan site. It was a simple static HTML and CSS website. Although that website never got traction my interest in coding did.
In high school, a friend showed me how to build dynamic websites with a PHP framework. I grew frustrated with PHP because the community was fragmented between many frameworks.
In university I saw a video where a developer makes a blog with Django, in 15 minutes. I loved the fact that Django is quick and powerful.I love Django because it has a english like syntax and a strong community of developers. After becoming comfortable developing with Django, I volunteered to build websites for friends and family. Eventually I was referred to my first paying client.