We’ll build a small web application using Django to understand the concepts as well as the flow while working with the framework. By this end of this, you’ll have a clear understanding of ‘what does what’ in Django with a mini working project.
Best way to learn something is by hands-on approach for gaining practical exposure. We’ll be creating a URL Shortner website. Below three images depict an example of how it’ll work.
This section covers all major and oughta-know Git commands with one-liner explanations that can be handy while dealing with GitHub from start to end.
It comprises of commands for managing your own local repository (folder) with your remote repository (GitHub). It also includes alternate commands and quick fixes to major impediments one may come across.
git is installed or not:
If not installed, get it from https://git-scm.com/book/en/v2/Getting-Started-Installing-Git
Note: Create a folder locally, open cmd -> /path_to_folder
Now let’s begin,
It’ll generate a hidden file named .git
git clone <copied_link>
<copied_link> is the link copied from the remote repo on GitHub. …