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Hello Web App: Learn How to Build a Web App. Kindle Edition
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The book is clearly written and easy to follow. Thank you Tracy for writing such a good book.
I'm a new developer who used the book to lay the foundation for a larger project. As I stepped through my own requirements, I realized that some of things I learned from the book (like the robust admin) weren't necessarily needed in my own project, which was a simple Django app to use APIs to grab info from Wikipedia and Twitter. But then I went on to build something else, and I was really glad that I got the thorough introduction to the admin.
The author's style is clear and direct, using plain, easy-to-understand language. She does not assume a background in computer science, or even that you've had any experience with other programming tutorials. She only states that knowing the basics of CSS and HTML (which you can learn in an hour or so for free with Codecademy) will make things easier for you. I found this to be fair and true.
Now I have the second book, Hello Web App: Intermediate Concepts, and I am quite frankly amazed and thrilled with everything she has been able to cover in one slim volume. I recommend getting them both together to build an exciting, dynamic, user-friendly new project!
However, the code indentation for examples is terrible on kindle or web browser. Very hard to comprehend the code especially because a tab in python makes a huge difference