Django: Getting Started Transcripts
Chapter: Introducing the Django Web Framework
Lecture: Topics covered throughout this course

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0:00 This course is divided up into a series of chapters. Each chapter covers a different area of the Django framework.
0:07 Along the way, you'll be building a Django project, incrementally approving upon it as you learn new things.
0:14 The next chapter walks you through setting up your initial Django project, you'll be coding almost right away.
0:20 Then I'll talk about the templating engine and then dive into models, the databases and queries. with models in place
0:29 you'll see how to take care of those CRUD operations inside of the Django admin and then it's off to user land, registering,
0:37 managing and dealing with all that passwordy stuff. The next two chapters are about getting content from your users first in the way of
0:45 forms and then in the way of uploads. Django provides a series of command line utilities to manage your project,
0:52 and true to its pluggable nature allows you to write your own and as your project grows, your models will change.
0:59 You'll learn how to manage this and how it impacts the database through running migrations. With the core concepts out of the way.
1:07 I'll spend a little bit of time talking about what it means to deploy all this stuff in production and then finally,
1:14 I'll give you a tour of some of the more popular third party libraries out there and what they can do for you.
1:20 Well, this is exciting. You're all set to go. Next up, I'll show you how to set everything up and create your first Django project

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