Django with JavaScript and Ajax [Video]

By Lukasz Makinia
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  1. Basic Concepts

About this video

Learn how to create improved Django web applications using JavaScript, Ajax, and Bootstrap 5 by taking this unique and complete course. In this course, we will create a nice-looking CRUD application, learning step by step how to implement the concepts mentioned above in order to bring user experience to the next level. After completion, you will have enough knowledge to create your own applications based on what you’ve learned or improve the existing ones.

This isn’t a course that will just teach you how to do certain things in your code, but rather, it will teach you how to think in a way to complete your own tasks, which later will bring you to accomplishing your personal goals. By the way, it’s worth mentioning that if you are thinking to learn and discover popular modern frameworks such as ReactJS, AngularJS, or Vue JS, it’s a good idea to learn the basic concepts behind using vanilla JavaScript and Ajax in your web applications.

By the end of the course, you will learn how to create beautiful apps combining JS with Python’s most famous web framework.

The resource files are uploaded on the GitHub repository at https://github.com/PacktPublishing/Django-with-JavaScript-and-Ajax

Publication date:
May 2021
Publisher
Packt
Duration
5 hours 50 minutes
ISBN
9781801816199

About the Author

  • Lukasz Makinia

    Lukasz Makinia is a freelance web developer and a Lean Sigma Six Black Belt. From the beginning of his 8-year professional career, he’s related to the field of continuous improvement by providing IT and Lean Management solutions to medium and large companies. He also creates web applications mainly for data gathering and processing using Python/Django, JavaScript, React, and ML. In his free time, Luke writes articles for his blog—PyPlane.

    He is associated with “Django Ninjas”—a web framework for building APIs with Django and Python 3.6+ type hints. They provide online educational courses mainly about Python/Django by the community of web developers across the globe. Their classes are project-based only, which means “teaching by doing”.

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