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Python Django Tutorial 2018 for Beginners Part 1 – How to Create a Project

Python Django Tutorial 2018 for Beginners Part 1 – How to Create a Project



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In this video, we are going to cover the Python Django docs part 1 of writing your first app. This video will show you how to create a project, manage your virtual environments, and which text editor you should use.

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36 thoughts on “Python Django Tutorial 2018 for Beginners Part 1 – How to Create a Project

  1. Nasir ali Tasir

    Dear Sir, Thank you so much for the nice services over globe on Python. here are the required code for the project (making circle with square), kindly response
    import turtle

    tasir_turtle=turtle.Turtle()

    def square(length, angle):

    tasir_turtle.forward(length)

    tasir_turtle.right(angle)

    tasir_turtle.forward(length)

    tasir_turtle.right(angle)

    tasir_turtle.forward(length)

    tasir_turtle.right(angle)

    tasir_turtle.forward(length)

    tasir_turtle.right(angle)

    tasir_turtle.color('blue')

    for i in range(200):

    square(60,90)

    square(0,4)
    #you people should also try this

  2. Michelle Woo

    how about if I would like to revive a website that is developed using Django framework and Python language? I have the files but I have no idea how to re-activate it. Tried to move it to a new hosting but failed. Hope you can give some lights on this issue, Thank you.

  3. lisa asho

    What's the point of fast forwarding the official tutorial without explaining anything explicitly (I had to bring that joke :'D)?

    08:01 How to confuse beginners I "If you have Anaconda installed"
    08:50 How to confuse beginners II "I go to my github"
    10:17 "Just go ahead and run … and lets give that a try" -> 10:45 let's type something completly different
    18:11 Hey wouldn't there a small sketch be more helpful than your waving hands?
    21:46 You really indent manually?

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