Welcome to the 3rd thread of Hello Django. Here we will cover, Template rendering, Model creation (Database) and also retrieving those data entries from database into our html file.
IN THIS TUTORIAL WE’RE GOING TO LEARN PYTHON FLASK MYSQL CONECTION, WE’RE GOING TO LEARN HOW TO CONNECT FLASK TO MYSQL DATABASE AND YOU CAN INSERT THE FORM DATA.
In this post we are going to learn about variables in Python. A variable in simple words means an element, feature, or factor that is liable to vary or change
As we discussed in the previous blog, Django divides all of its web applications into ‘projects’. Each project can be further divided into individual applications that can be developed and then integrated into the root project.
A python-based free and open-source web framework that follows model-template-view architecture pattern. It encourages rapid development and pragmatic design.
Before learning about this concept, I used to believe that the best data scientists till date might be using some techniques, algorithms or any kind of labs which leads them to better prediction. But when I started learning the things, I perceived that this guys are not using any rocket science kind of things. Slowly, I realized that whatever techniques or concepts you use, without Feature Selection you won’t make the right choices for your prediction. Wrong choices leads to lots of garbage i.e. noise.
Functions are the set of statements which does a given charge and gives the output. It is a brick of code which only runs upon calling. We could write a function code as scrap of main program. There are 2 types of functions namely, built-in function and user-defined function where, Python uses built-in functions. Let’s learn about functions and its syntax and its types in more detail.