SKILL BENCHMARK

Web App Development with Django Competency

  • 30m
  • 30 questions
The Web App Development with Django Competency benchmark assesses your knowledge of standardizing HTML elements and managing website users with the built-in Django admin app. You will be evaluated on your skills in representing entities in a Django project using models and implementing user registration and a login/logout feature in a web site. Additionally, you will also be measured on your ability to define pages for viewing, creating, and editing, and deleting Django model instances using the built-in generic view classes available in Django. A learner who scores high on this benchmark demonstrates that they have the skills to develop a full-fledged web application using Django.

Topics covered

  • add additional fields in the user registration form by extending its definition
  • allow users to update instances of your Django model by means of an UpdateView view
  • configure views in your Django application to render only when the user is signed in
  • configure where a user is redirected to on a Django website upon a successful login
  • convey data from a view to a Django template in a dictionary
  • create a base template containing the common elements for multiple pages in your Django web site
  • create an archive of your Django model instances, categorized by year, using the YearArchiveView view
  • create a superuser for your Django project and sign in to the Django user administration app
  • create a view that uses Django's built-in user registration form
  • create instances of a Django model and access model attributes, including related objects
  • define a logout template to serve as the logout page for your Django website
  • define forms and a view function to enable users of your Django web site to update model instances
  • define the model for the profile of a user of your Django application
  • define the URL and template file for the user registration page for a Django application
  • define the URL, view, and template for a new web page in a Django application
  • describe the effects of assigning staff user status and specific permissions to Django app users
  • display a user's information, including their associated image, in a profile page
  • enable the creation of new instances of your Django model by implementing a CreateView view
  • extend the base template and the common elements defined within it while building individual pages in your Django web site
  • generate an archive of your Django model instances using the ArchiveIndexView view
  • install and use the django-crispy-forms library to format your Django application's user registration page
  • present different views for users who are signed in to your Django website as opposed to regular users
  • propagate a model definition to your project's database by generating and running a migration script
  • save the data submitted in a user registration form to the Django project database
  • set a customized 404 error page for your Django web site
  • set permissions for users to delete instances of your Django model and define the redirect URL for a successful delete
  • use the built-in generic ListView to list instances of a model in your Django project
  • use the Django Admin interface to create new users and groups
  • use the Django template language to generate a URL for a URL pattern
  • view, update, and create instances of your Django model from the built-in admin interface

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