3 Best Django Tutorials in 2022

In this article, I discuss the 5 best Django online tutorials in 2022 which I always recommend to my interns and co-workers.

Do you intend to learn Django? You should be already familiar with Python something you already know, but you want to try something new. Or perhaps you are already familiar with Django and wish to boost your qualifications even more?

To make things as simple as possible for you, I’ve compiled a collection of Django lessons, including websites, full-time courses, and YouTube videos.

1. Django tutorial #1: Getting started on Django 4.0

2. Django tutorial #4: Python Django Tutorial for Beginners

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Python Django Tutorial for Beginners (source: https://youtu.be/rHux0gMZ3Eg)

The entire introduction to Django is covered in this one-hour video by Mosh Hamedani. The video is well-produced and jam-packed with knowledge. Don’t let the pace discourage you because you can use it as a warm-up before going a little deeper later.

This video is clearly free, but if you enjoy learning with Mosh, you can sign up for his full-time course, which covers everything you need to know to build quick and secure RESTful APIs with Django.

3. Python Django Web Framework — Full Course for Beginners

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Python Django Tutorial for Beginners (source: https://youtu.be/rHux0gMZ3Eg)

Here is the perfect video if you prefer to have everything in one video. This Django web framework course is offered by FreeCodeCamp.org, a global community of millions of individuals learning to code together.

It has approximately 80 portions and is almost 18.5 hours long. It will work best for programmers that need to get somewhere quickly because it transitions between points quite swiftly. The tutorial is clear and simple to understand, and easy to process.

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Gustav Willig

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