Django App Part 2 – URLs, Templates, and Static Files
Welcome to Part 2 of Building and Deploying a Django App. In this video, @CodeWithTomi will cover how to Run a Python server, create URLs, views, and static files in our Django app. The first episode of this series is available here:
1:00 Run Python Server
3:45 Create a URL
6:50 Create a View
6:56 Import Views
8:12 Specify URL in Project
10:00 Using Django Templates
11:45 Specifying a Template File
13:05 Sending Data from Views to Template
16:30 Using CSRF Tokens
21:52 What are Static Files?
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