Latest Posts From Vinayak Nishant

Django Rest API

Django REST API – From Basics to Implementation

In this article, we will know about APIs, Django REST APIs, the HTTP methods, and then in the last, create our very own first REST API application. What is an API? API is short for Application Programming Interface and it allows you to interface with other applications and pull/process/push data and values when required. To […]

Django Upload Files

File Uploads to Django – How to Upload Files to Django Server?

This article covers the exact steps that you can follow to upload files to Django server. Most web applications and websites allow users to upload their profile pictures, or files from their local computers to the server. We’ll replicate the same in our tutorials tutorial. Let’s find how to upload and handlefiles and images onto […]

Django Forms

An introduction to Django Forms

Django Forms are a way to accept user input as text, images, or files from the web frontend. The straightforward example of forms that we came across was the Django admin site’s login page. Admin site took input text “username” and an input text “password” from us.  There are two ways to use forms on […]

Django Static Files

Introduction to Django Static Files

In our last article, we discussed Django templates. Now in this article, we are going to learn about another similar topic of Django static files. So now, if you go to any website, let’s say facebook.com, then you will see a variety of pictures and colors on the webpage and not only texts.  Now in […]

Django Models

Django Models – A Complete Beginner’s Guide

Django models are classes that represent a table or collection in our Database. It contains all the information regarding the table. These models are stored together in Django in a file models.py in our Django App. There can be many different models for different DB containing different information like User DB, Book DB, or any […]

Django Templates

Django Templates – The Comprehensive Reference Guide

Continuing on from our Django tutorial series, let’s understand Django templates. For making a web application, you would need both the front end and the back end. It will be quite confusing if we mix these both. Django provides us with a very powerful way to keep the HTML/CSS front end codes completely separate from […]