Mastering Django: Core

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Packt Publishing Ltd, 23/12/2016 - 694 páginas

Delivers absolutely everything you will ever need to know to become a master Django programmer

About This Book
  • Gain a complete understanding of Django—the most popular, Python-based web framework in the world
  • Gain the skills to successfully designing, developing, and deploying your app
  • This book is packaged with fully described code so you can learn the fundamentals and the advanced topics to get a complete understanding of all of Django's core functions
Who This Book Is For

This book assumes you have a basic understanding of the Internet and programming. Experience with Python or Django would be an advantage, but is not necessary. It is ideal for beginner to intermediate programmers looking for a fast, secure, scalable, and maintainable alternative web development platform to those based on PHP, Java, and dotNET.

What You Will Learn
  • Use Django to access user-submitted form data, validate it, and work with it
  • Get to know advanced URLconf tips and tricks
  • Extend Django's template system with custom code
  • Define models and use the database API to create, retrieve, update, and delete records
  • Fully extend and customize the default implementation as per your project's needs
  • Test and deploy your Django application
  • Get to know more about Django's session, cache Framework, and middleware
In Detail

Mastering Django: Core is a completely revised and updated version of the original Django Book, written by Adrian Holovaty and Jacob Kaplan-Moss - the creators of Django.

The main goal of this book is to make you a Django expert. By reading this book, you'll learn the skills needed to develop powerful websites quickly, with code that is clean and easy to maintain.

This book is also a programmer's manual that provides complete coverage of the current Long Term Support (LTS) version of Django. For developers creating applications for commercial and business critical deployments, Mastering Django: Core provides a complete, up-to-date resource for Django 1.8LTS with a stable code-base, security fixes and support out to 2018.

Style and approach

This comprehensive step-by-step practical guide offers a thorough understanding of all the web development concepts related to Django. In addition to explaining the features of Django, this book provides real-world experience on how these features fit together to build extraordinary apps.

 

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Índice

Preface
1
Introduction to Django and Getting Started
5
Views and URLconfs
23
Templates
43
Models
81
The Django Admin Site
105
Forms
130
Advanced Views and URLconfs
153
Djangos Cache Framework
357
Django Middleware
382
Internationalization
397
Security in Django
435
More on Installing Django
458
Advanced Database Management
463
Model Definition Reference
485
Database API Reference
506

Advanced Templates
169
Advanced Models
208
Generic Views
224
User Authentication in Django
233
Testing in Django
272
Deploying Django
291
Generating NonHTML Content
314
Django Sessions
344
Generic View Reference
531
Settings
552
Builtin Template Tags and Filters
565
Request and Response Objects
588
Developing Django with Visual Studio
613
Index
626
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Nigel George is a business systems developer who specializes in the application of open source technologies to solve common business problems. He has a broad range of experience in software development—from writing database apps for small business to developing the back end and UI for a distributed sensor network at the University of Newcastle, Australia. Nigel also has over 15 years experience in technical writing for business. He has written several training manuals and hundreds of technical procedures for corporations and Australian government departments. He has been using Django since version 0.96 and has written applications in C, C#, C++, VB, VBA, HTML, JavaScript, Python and PHP. He has another book on Django—Beginning Django CMS—published by Apress in December 2015. Nigel lives in Newcastle, NSW, Australia.

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