Explore what the final project will look like by the time you have completed all of the steps in this course.
- [Nick] I'd like to take a second to show you what it is we're gonna be building in this course, and it's your own personal portfolio. It's a way to show yourself off to the world. So here I've got my site, it's got my name, a little bit about me, this cool button that when you click on it it actually initiates sending an E-mail to me. We've got this picture of myself here, and then down below I've listed out some previous jobs and projects that I've worked on before. And what's really cool about each of these, is they kinda give you a nice little snapshot of what I've done, but if you click on any one of these, you can see the picture blown up in more detail.
And we've got this cool little back button to head back to the main page. A big part of this course is gonna be working with the database which powers these different jobs and projects that we've worked on before. And so if we go to the name of our website, /admin, we're actually gonna have this whole interface to add new jobs here, if we want to change anything, like for example here with Finland. Oh, I realized this wasn't actually in Finland, this was in Japan. I can quickly make an update here on the admin page, and now when I go back to the homepage, you can see that that change has been reflected live right here.
- Setting up URLs in your Django project
- Creating models in Django
- Connecting your Django project to Postgres
- Adding static images
- Designing the layout for your website
- Creating object views
- Updating URL paths