Certified Django Developer

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  2. 2. Receive Online e-Learning Access (LMS)
  3. 3. Take exam online anywhere, anytime
  4. 4. Get certified & Increase Employability

Test Details

  • Duration: 60 minutes
  • No. of questions: 50
  • Maximum marks: 50, Passing marks: 25 (50%).
  • There is NO negative marking in this module.
  • Online exam.

Benefits of Certification

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Vskills Django Developer certification assesses the candidate for development of website and web applications by using the Django framework. The certification tests the candidates on various areas in Django which includes installation, basics, management and customization of Django framework for the development of website and web applications.

Knowledge of Python is pre-requisite for certification.

Why should one take this certification?

This certification is intended for professionals and graduates wanting to excel in their chosen areas. It is also well suited for those who are already working and would like to take certification for further career progression.

Earning Vskills Django Developer Certification can help candidate differentiate in today's competitive job market, broaden their employment opportunities by displaying their advanced skills, and result in higher earning potential. For employers, the certification provides skill verification tool that help assess a person's skills in django.

Who will benefit from taking this certification?

Job seekers looking to find employment in various software and IT infrastructure companies, students generally wanting to improve their skill set and make their CV stronger and existing employees looking for a better role can prove their employers the value of their skills through this certification.

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  • What Is a Web Framework?
  • MVC
  • Django Evolution
  • Getting Help

Getting Started

  • Installation
  • Database Setup
  • Starting a Project

The Basics of Dynamic Web Pages

  • Your First View: Dynamic Content
  • Mapping URLs to Views
  • How Django Processes a Request
  • URLconfs and Loose Coupling
  • 404 Errors
  • Your Second View: Dynamic URLs
  • Django’s Pretty Error Pages

The Django Template System

  • Template System Basics
  • Using the Template System
  • Basic Template Tags and Filters
  • Philosophies and Limitations
  • Using Templates in Views
  • Template Inheritance

Interacting with a Database: Models

  • The “Dumb” Way to Do Database Queries in Views
  • The MTV Development Pattern
  • Configuring the Database
  • Your First App
  • Defining Models in Python
  • Your First Model
  • Installing the Model
  • Basic Data Access
  • Inserting and Updating Data
  • Selecting Objects
  • Making Changes to a Database Schema

The Django Administration Site

  • Activating the Admin Interface
  • Using the Admin Interface
  • Customizing the Admin Interface
  • Customizing the Admin Interface’s Look and Feel
  • When and Why to Use the Admin Interface

Form Processing

  • Search
  • The “Perfect Form”
  • Processing the Submission
  • Custom Validation Rules
  • A Custom Look and Feel
  • Creating Forms from Models

Advanced Views and URLconfs

  • URLconf Tricks
  • Including Other URLconfs

Generic Views

  • Using Generic Views
  • Generic Views of Objects
  • Extending Generic Views

Extending the Template Engine

  • Template Language Review
  • RequestContext and Context Processors
  • Inside Template Loading
  • Extending the Template System
  • Writing Custom Template Loaders
  • Using the Built-in Template Reference
  • Configuring the Template System in Standalone Mode

Generating Non-HTML Content

  • The basics: views and MIME-types
  • Producing CSV
  • Generating PDFs
  • Other Possibilities
  • The Syndication Feed Framework
  • The Sitemap Framework

Sessions, Users, and Registration

  • Cookies
  • Django’s Session Framework
  • Users and Authentication
  • The Other Bits: Permissions, Groups, Messages, and Profiles


  • Setting Up the Cache
  • The Per-Site Cache
  • The Per-View Cache
  • The Low-Level Cache API
  • Upstream Caches
  • Other Optimizations

Other Contributed Subframeworks

  • The Django Standard Library
  • Sites
  • Flatpages
  • Redirects
  • CSRF Protection
  • Humanizing Data
  • Markup Filters


  • What’s Middleware?
  • Middleware Installation
  • Middleware Methods
  • Built-in Middleware

Integrating with Legacy Databases and Applications

  • Integrating with a Legacy Database
  • Integrating with an Authentication System
  • Integrating with Legacy Web Applications

Extending Django’s Admin Interface

  • The Zen of Admin
  • Customizing Admin Templates
  • Creating Custom Admin Views
  • Overriding Built-in Views


  • Specifying Translation Strings in Python Code
  • Specifying Translation Strings in Template Code
  • Creating Language Files
  • How Django Discovers Language Preference
  • The set_language Redirect View
  • Using Translations in Your Own Projects
  • Translations and JavaScript


  • The Theme of Web Security
  • SQL Injection
  • Cross-Site Scripting (XSS)
  • Cross-Site Request Forgery
  • Session Forging/Hijacking
  • Email Header Injection
  • Directory Traversal
  • Exposed Error Messages
  • A Final Word on Security

Deploying Django

  • Shared Nothing
  • A Note on Personal Preferences
  • Using Django with Apache and mod_python
  • Using Django with FastCGI
  • Scaling
  • Performance Tuning

Introduction to Django
  • Describing the basics of using a web framework for development
  • Understanding he concepts of MVC (Model-View-Controller)
  • Detailing the evolution of Django
Getting Started
  • Explaining the steps for installation of Django on Linux and Windows
  • Illustrating the setting database and project detailing project’s components
The Basics of Dynamic Web Pages
  • Illustrating views and their usage for dynamic content
  • Describing URLconfs and view mapping
  • Detailing the request handling process of Django
  • Explaining the usage of URL patterns and Errors
The Django Template System
  • Understanding the concepts and usage of template system of Django
  • Describing the template tags and filters in Django
  • Detailing the usage of template in views and their loading
Interacting with a Database: Models
  • Explaining the MTV (Model Template View) pattern of Django
  • Describing the process of configuring a database
  • Illustrating the steps to define a model and installing it
  • Understanding the data and database schema access and it’s management in Django
The Django Administration Site
  • Explaining the usage, access and customization of the admin interface
Form Processing
  • Describing the process of form creation and it’s processing
  • Explaining the techniques to apply validation rules to form
  • Illustrating the steps to customize layout and formatting of forms
  • Detailing forms creation from models
Advanced Views and URLconfs
  • Explaining the concepts of function imports and multiple view prefixes
  • Describing the usage of named groups for regex
  • Customizing views functions to pass extra options or default arguments
  • Illustrating the inclusion of other URLconfs
Generic Views
  • Explaining the usage and application of generic views and extending them
Extending the Template Engine
  • Using requestcontext and context processors for specifying variable in each context
  • Describing the techniques of extending templates by template library, custom template filters and loaders
Generating Non-HTML Content
  • Explaining the method to produce different MIME-types like csv, pdf, rss and sitemap from views
Sessions, Users, and Registration
  • Understanding cookies, session framework, users and authentication in django
  • Explaining the implementation of permissions, groups, messages, and profiles
  • Describing the process of setting up cache for faster response
  • Detailing the usage of low level cache API for caching in django
  • Explaining the usage of vary and cache headers
Other Contributed Subframeworks
  • Exploring the django standard library for add-ons
  • Describing the sites framework, flatpages, redirects and CSRF
  • Detailing the installation and methods in middleware
  • Describing the built-in middleware in django
Integrating with Legacy Databases and Applications
  • Explaining the usage of inspectdb utility
  • Detailing the steps to specify authentication back-ends and integrating with legacy web applications
Extending Django's Admin Interface
  • Describing the steps to customize admin templates and admin views in django
  • Illustrating the usage of standard translation functions
  • Describing the creation of language files and language preference setting in django
  • Explaining the usage of translations in javascript
  • Explaining techniques to counter different types of web attacks like SQL injection, cross-site scripting, cross-site request forgery, email header injection, directory traversal and exposed error messages
Deploying Django
  • Describing the basic configuration of single and multiple django installations
  • Explaining implementation of scaling, load balancing and redundancy in django
  • Illustrating techniques for performance tuning

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