(Updated to Django 4.0) - 9th July 2022Completely re-created the entire course, with Visual Studio code as Code Editor and used Bootstrap 5 as the front-end framework. Hi, Welcome to Django 4 Fundamental. Now, before you get started, let me tell you some awesome things about Django. Django is a Python-based web framework, whose main purpose is to make web development simpler and faster. In this Django 4 Course, you will be working on a project, well actually it’s my simple project, enough to get you started with Django. This course covers the fundamental parts of Django. Here you will be working on a web app called EMS or Employee Management System. We will use a simple approach to build this app, while we do that, you will also learn about important concepts about Django like MVC Architecture, Models, Views, and Controllers. Let’s talk about the project that we are going to build. For the example practice, we will assume that the company which needs this application has five employees, and every employee has a specific or multiple jobs assigned to them. Now, our job is to build an application for this company, so that they are assigned job roles for each employee based on their skills. For example, John Doe is an employee, but since John Doe was the 1st employee, he is assigned to multiple jobs compared to others. But soon, as the employee number grows, each employee will have individual or multiple jobs. This will be our project and, our main goal is to build this application for the example company based on their requirement. So, let’s see what’s covered in this course: The 1st section is all about the introduction. You will have a glimpse of what we are going to build and what’s required for building our project. In the 2nd section, you will learn about Django and its nature of use. You will learn how to install Python and Django on your PC to get started with your project. We will create a Virtual Environment for our project and we will set up our project with the EMS app. You will learn how to create custom Django Apps, and how to register them in the Django project. In the 3rd section, you will learn about the MVC architecture in Django and how Django utilizes this process. You will learn about Models, like how to create the model and manage them with their attributes. You will learn how to create Django Fields, and integrate them into Django models. You will learn how to create migrations and write your data to Database, and then you will learn how to verify that data with the SQLite browser. You will also learn about Django’s ORM and you will learn how to use the Python shell in Django to pull data from the database. In the 4th section, you will learn about URL Patterns and how to use them with the Django project. You will learn how to apply these URLs with Django views and pass data to views functions with URL parameters. Finally, in the 5th section, you will learn to create Templates in Django. With the help of Django templates, you will be able to receive data from views and display them with Template tags. We will use Bootstrap 5 to make our templates look more professional. That’s it. Hope you will love this course, all the best for the future. See you in the course.