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The Full Stack

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As you prepare for your role in back-end development, practice bringing together multiple skills to build a full-stack Django app. You’ll start by setting up an environment for a local practical project, and refactoring the front and back-ends of an existing application. You will then have the opportunity to create the front and back-ends of a new application using your full-stack developer skills. By the end of this course you will be able to: - Explain common concepts related to full stack development - Use HTML, CSS and JavaScript to develop well-structured, interactive and responsive websites - Build a full stack application using Django that stores its data in models on a MySQL database and updates its pages with forms and API endpoints - Describe the different environments that web applications are deployed to To complete this course you will need previous experience with back-end development, Python, version control, databases, Django web framework and APIs.


  • Introduction to the full stack
    • Introduction to the concept of full stack developer. Learn about the roles and responsibilities of a full stack developer and N tier architecture.
  • Front-end technologies
    • Learn about the front-end technologies HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
  • The full stack using Django
    • Build a full stack application using Django.
  • Production environments
    • Explore the different environments that web applications are deployed to.
  • Final project
    • In this module, you will be assessed on the key skills covered in the course.

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