In the previous lesson, we have created our second model: projects model. But this time, you will create our third model in Django, blogs, on your own.
We have done a lot on the previous lessons. So, may this lesson serve as a “reviewer” for you, as we start making our Projects model in Django!
So that you won’t be surprised once I’ve shown my portfolio’s homepage, I’ll show how to add more hobbies on Django administration.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to connect PostgreSQL to our code, whatever your operating system is. You’ll learn things that might surprise you.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to set up PostgreSQL on your Windows. You’ll also know how to create your new database on the Terminal.
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to set up PostgreSQL on your Mac. You’ll also know how to create your new database on the Terminal.
In this lesson, you will learn how to connect our model to our database. We’ll also create superusers and handle all our media files.
In this lesson, you’ll learn when to make migrations in Django, when to run them, and you’ll know the common problems you might run into.
What are models in Django? How do we use them? And why are they very important for our portfolio website? Find out in this lesson!
Are you using GitHub to save your code? You should also use GitHub Desktop. This application simplifies your development workflow. Learn how to use it in this lesson!