WebDev 3000: Introduction to Python Websites

WebDev 3000: Introduction to Python Websites
Creating, Testing & Maintaining Standards-Based Internet Experiences
Python Websites

Requirements
Python 3 must be installed
Students must be familiar with using Python Classes, Functions, and common built-in functions

Description
Expand your Pythonic powers to create, test, as well as assure that your web sites continuously operate as required. Discover common security pitfalls, as well as how to use related modules to encode, decode, parse, as well as create HTML requests & responses. 

Expand your Pythonic powers to create, test, as well as assure that your web sites continuously operate as required. Discover common security pitfalls, as well as how to use related modules to encode, decode, parse, as well as create HTML requests & responses. 

Expand your Pythonic powers to create, test, as well as assure that your web sites continuously operate as required. Discover common security pitfalls, as well as how to use related modules to encode, decode, parse, as well as create HTML requests & responses.

Who is the target audience?
Students interested in using Python to create Web Sites
Consultants interested in testing 'Web User Interfaces
Students interested in learing how to manage files using HTML Forms
Consultants who are more interested in using rock-solid W3C standards, than in far more brittle "1-off" modules & frameworks
Students looking for a step-by-step approach to create & test web sites
Consultants interested in learning how to avoid data conversion errors that can be introduced when converting between character types
Students who want to understand security problems, and avoid and common exploits

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