Databases and User Authentication In Django
Welcome to Part 4 of Building and Deploying a Django App with @CodeWithTomi. In this video on Databases and User Authentication, @CodeWithTomi will cover managing user authentication and how to create users using a form to enable user login and logout features. The first episode of this series is available here.
0:56 Create a Managed Database on Linode
3:26 Connect Database to Django Project
6:14 Migrate Database from local to Linode
8:15 Connect to Database Server with pgadmin
14:30 Managing User Authentication
20:05 Creating Users via a Form
30:07 Update register.html with fields
32:08 Enabling User Login & Logout features
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