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Tweetme | Build a Twitter-like app step by step with Django

Social media has changed the way we communicate with each other. The power behind social media allows us to do amazing things together. What exactly is behind it? Well.. it's Simple Web Application concepts that can be applied to ALL and ANY web applications that you may build.

In this course we're going to teach you what's behind how Twitter works. Now, Twitter has hundreds of developers so what we're actually building is the basis of what Twitter once was, the absolute most simple things by learning more Django along the way.

What are we going to learn:

  • Ajax + jQuery to "Tweet" messages
  • Tag users directly (@user)
  • Use Hashtags (#newtag)
  • Integrate Bootstrap
  • Using an Ajax form within a Bootstrap Modal
  • Django Rest Framework
  • Follow users (via Ajax)
  • Like posts (via Ajax)
  • Retweet posts (via Ajax)
  • Class Based Views
  • Custom Template Tags
  • Counting characters in a form
  • Basic Registration
  • And much more.

We do everything step-by-step so even if you're an absolute beginner, you can follow along. Cheers.

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Rating 4.3 based on 156 ratings
Length 10.5 hours
Starts On Demand (Start anytime)
Cost $11
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Instructor Justin Mitchel
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Language English
Tags Web Development Development

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too fast in 8 reviews

Great stuff It is too fast to explain setting up which makes me difficult to concentrate on best teacher of django in today market.

too fast toward the end, I would have preferred if Justin keep the same pace as when he starts the project.

He speaks too fast.

Too fast...like he's always in a hurry to catch a train or something.. Also keeps promoting his other websites in almost every lesson..

Also things are changing too fast in project structure to catch up with.

Too fast Nice tutorials Все только по делу, ничего лишнего и очень быстро, удобно.

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step by step in 4 reviews

straight forward and fast, and that make it really good if you want to review some explanations quick, because the whole thing is step by step, clear explanations.

kind of fast paced requires a lot of knowledge about a lot of stuff It's a step by step guide that still manages to show you a variety of methods and explain why the code behaves the way it does.

thank you Nice course to go with super gucci Step by step as well Great Work Excellent ooouuu this is the most pro course!!!

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hard to follow in 3 reviews

It can be hard to follow.

I found them to be very hard to follow.

As it is complicated, hard to follow and I did not get the idea, why I am doing those things.

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follow along in 3 reviews

It helped to pause the video and follow along at every code change - I constantly refreshed my tab to note if something got screwed up so I could fix it before making too many changes and not knowing what got screwed up.

Sometimes, the presenter doesn't note that a problem will get fixed in a video and then screwed up by some other change - and that you're supposed to wait until the next video to follow along on how to re-fix it.

It is easy to follow along Well organized, and easy to understand.

I like how everything so far is clearly explain and informative also easy to follow along.

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little bit in 3 reviews

But the later parts is a little bit of faster on coding examples so that I have to backward over and over to look up what I missed to deal with some bugs.

Need speaking and coding pace slow down a little bit if you're not so familiar with django and all those views, urls stuff.

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for example in 2 reviews

As the learner, it would help to know, for example: "now we're going to the views.py filed under the tweets API folder.

Given that there are several views.py files in different folders, for example, it can get confusing.

He also shows us where did this come from (which part of the django docs for example.)

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never set up in one review

I'd never set up and tried to do any local development (on my computer), never worked with the OS Terminal, never set up python or django, and never set up virtual environments.

figure out in one review

Be forewarned, you will have to figure out a lot on your own if you don't know something about how to do these things prior to starting this course.

For the most part, it is a very helpful resource that I wish I'd looked at sooner to figure out where I'd gone wrong.

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Rating 4.3 based on 156 ratings
Length 10.5 hours
Starts On Demand (Start anytime)
Cost $11
From Udemy
Instructor Justin Mitchel
Download Videos Only via the Udemy mobile app
Language English
Tags Web Development Development

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