E-commerce Website in Django Full Tutorial
End to End implementation of our Django knowledge into our E-commerce web application
What you will learn
Leading a step towards mastering Django which is in-demand skills in IT in a Practical way.
Learners will learn implementation of Django in actual project using Python.
Learners will learn user authentication, Role based permission and authority in Project.
Learners will learn Payment Integration and Checkout process in our E-commerce Project.
In this Tutorial Video Series, we are going to create a E-commerce Website application in Django, being the most powerful and has gained immense popularity and which is built in python. If you have learnt Django and want to implement it then this video series will definitely going to help you a lot.
You will going to learn different types of use cases here but some of them are mentioned below
Add to Cart functionality.
Full User authentication.
Role based authorities and Permission.
Checkout Process and Payment integration using razor-pay.
Deployment to Heroku (free hosting available)
I am very enthusiastic and focused on my work and do every work with utmost conviction. I am creating this series with keeping only one motive in my mind is that learning should be done practically not theoretically and also in fun way. Learning Django is sometime gets hectic but as soon as when you look into it, it is the easiest thing when we talk about backend.
By the way, talking about Django, Django is a free, open source, high-end framework written in the famously simple, flexible, and relatively easy-to-learn Python programming language. Initially released in 2005, it’s used by thousands of programmers every year, owing to its friendliness to beginners and advanced users alike. At the same time, this robust and effective framework is used (and therefore battle-tested) by some of the largest websites in the world. Mozilla uses it for a number of its websites, and it’s also used by Spotify, Pinterest, Instagram, and the Onion, to name just a few. It’s very popular and, crucially, under active development. It doesn’t matter what operating system you’re using, either – Windows, Mac, Linux – it’s all the same to Django.