Framework Training





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Scheduled Dates

29 Sep 2014 — London (Aldgate)
15 Dec 2014 — London (Aldgate)
9 Feb 2015 — London (Aldgate)
29 Jun 2015 — London (Aldgate)
Please call us — Reading (Berks)
Please call us — Swindon (Wilts)

Price per person

£1595 +VAT

Corporate Discounts

Call us to discuss cost-effective options for training your team.

Course description

Django is one of the most popular Python-based Web Application frameworks. It forms the backbone of some major web sites and is known for its relative ease of use and the speed at which you can develop and deploy Python web applications and containers.

Our Python Web App Development with Django Training Course will give existing Python developers great hands-on experience building robust, commercial web applications with the Django framework.

On-site Django Training

Please get in touch if you would like to discuss requirements for on-site Django training – for instance if your developers need to get up to speed with Python first, need a refresher of Python Best Practice, or perhaps wish to explore developing Django apps using a Python spin-off such as Cython or Jython

What you will learn

  • Understand Django Architecture and its take on MVC (Models, Views & Templates)
  • Build and deploy robust Django web apps
  • Integrate with RESTful web services
  • Unit Testing and Debugging Django apps

Who should attend

Python developers who want to benefit from the functionality of the Django web app framework in order to rapidly build, test and deploy commercial-quality web apps.


Delegates should have attended our Python Programming course or have equivalent Python coding experience.

Python Web App Development with Django Training Course Syllabus

Introduction to Django

What is Django?
Django and Python
Django’s take on MVC: Model, View and Template
DRY programming: Don’t Repeat Yourself
How to get and install Django

Getting started with Django

About the 3 Core Files:


Setting up database connections
Managing Users & the Django admin tool
Installing and using ‘out of the box’ Django features

Django URL Patterns and Views

Designing a good URL scheme
Generic Views

Django Forms

Form classes
Advanced Forms processing techniques

Django & REST APIs

Django REST framework

Unit Testing with Django

Overview / Refresher on Unit Testing and why it’s good
Using Python’s unittest2 library
Test Databases
Debugging Best Practices