Django Djourney – Intro to Models and The Shell

Django Djourney – Intro to Models and The Shell

by on March 23, 2012 in

In this screencast, we’ll go over some basic Model manipulation and start getting familiar with the Python Shell to “prototype” our Models before using them in Views and Templates.

Django Djourney – Introduction to South

Django Djourney – Introduction to South

by on March 16, 2012 in

Modifying your Models in Django isn’t as clear cut as it seems. Say you’ve already syncdb’d a Person model with first_name, and you want to add last_name to it,

Django Djourney – How to Get Model Data from Admin to Template

Django Djourney – How to Get Model Data from Admin to Template

by on March 15, 2012 in

In this tutorial we’ll figure out how to get beautiful data in your Admin to your Template and go over the basic premise behind templating in Django.

Django Djourney – PostgreSQL for Windows and Your First Admin Model

Django Djourney – PostgreSQL for Windows and Your First Admin Model

by on March 12, 2012 in

In this tutorial I’ll show you how to get a PostgreSQL database working on Windows for Django and we’ll create our first very, very, simple Model to add to

Django Djourney – render_to_response

Django Djourney – render_to_response

by on March 10, 2012 in

Today we’ll go over how you actually get http://localhost:8000/foo to display the Foo template with render_to_response.

Django Djourney – settings.py

Django Djourney – settings.py

by on February 26, 2012 in

In this screencast, I’ll primarily explore the settings.py file and give a brief and incomplete overview of how Django works. I know this one goes long and a bit

Django Djourney – Windows Setup

Django Djourney – Windows Setup

by on February 19, 2012 in

Welcome to the adventure! In this level, you will… Download and Install Python 2.* Make “python” usable in your Command Prompt Install setuptools and use easy_install Install pip Install

Django Djourney – A Newb’s Quest

Django Djourney – A Newb’s Quest

by on February 19, 2012 in

I want to be able to develop web-apps on the fly. I’ve done a lot of asking around and all roads lead to Python/Django or Ruby/Rails. After toying around