Making a Hello World App with Django | Web Development | Build a Startup #2

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Django hello world tutorial – explained step-by-step.
Go to 1:20 to skip the recap of the last video and jump straight to the Hello World tutorial.

Also, here are the links I mentioned in the video:
– Playlist of this entire series:
– Our Slack group and source code:
– The beginner Django book I recommend:
– The free chapters of this book:…

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  1. Go to 1:20 to skip the recap of the last video.

    Also, here are the links I mentioned in the video:
    – Playlist of this entire series: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBZBJbE_rGRXBhJNdKbN7IUy-ctlOFxA1
    – Our Slack group and source code: https://www.csdojo.io/edit
    – The beginner Django book I recommend: https://csdojo.io/dj
    – The free chapters of this book: https://djangoforbeginners.com/

    And btw, you can find me on Instagram @ykdojo! (https://www.instagram.com/ykdojo/)

  2. Hai I have an doubt about my code
    Class footings:
    def __init__(self,fy,fck):
    self.fy=fy
    self.fck=fck
    def operation (self):
    Cal=self.fck*self.fy
    self.cal =Cal
    def output(self):
    Print(self.fck,self.fy,self.cal)

    How to write this code in Django
    Please clarify my doubt

  3. I have a doubt in JavaScript, will you say, I am making a website in that website gallery page is included, in that page when the user selects district and village it should open gallery images… …..

  4. I'm been building my portfolio website with Django for 3 months(I'm a college student), the reason I study it is that I inspired by CS Dojo Python tutorial. When I working with Django, I watched alot of tutorials on Youtube alot of them were old and sometime confusing so I have to figure myself a lot. But when I first saw your Build a Startup video, your tutorial were clear and straightforward that I wished you should have made this series sooner but anyway great content and keep making these video Dojo

  5. Good video sir, I have a question: How do you configure VSC to work with a remote Python interpreter via SSH?
    My host is Manjaro, my Vagrant box is ArchLinux and it uses one virtual environment per Python project; for this case, our project will use Django. I've mounted my remote projects with "sshfs" to avoid more configurations for sync from VSC. Thanks in advance.
    Extra question: What are extensions for VSC necessary/recommended for this project?

  6. Hey cs dojo, thanks for the awesome video! I do not know if you already plan on doing this, but can you please show us how to integrate python django as a rest api with javascript? Thanks!

  7. Yow, man, it is REALLY cool idea to launch a startup and show its process, and teach programming at the same time. I've never seen such content before. Good luck , man!!! Don't quit, do the startup till the end and show us the process. I believe in you

  8. I can't wait for the next series. Thanks for making this high-quality content for us.
    Anyway, could you give me some advice about what extension should I install for my VSCode here? Any recommendations?
    Thanks mate!!!!

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