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WebDev 3000: Introduction to Python Websites

WebDev 3000: Introduction to Python Websites

Creating, Testing & Maintaining Standards-Based Internet Experiences

What Will I Learn?

WebDev 3000: Introduction to Python Websites

  • Understand the difference between HTTP and HTML headers & payloads

  • Be able to use the most common HTML tags
  • Use HTML Forms to Create, Read, Update, and Delete HTML & Python data

  • Use Python’s “Pickling” convention to load/save data collections

  • Create tests designed to monitor HTML input, as well as binary, files & data formats

  • Use Python’s URLLIB module to manage ‘Web requests, responses, & payloads

  • Leverage common standards to encode binary, as well as textual, data (MIME Types)

  • Use Python’s built-in HTML Parser, as well as UTF encoding/decoding, operations

  • Use Python’s doctest to monitor ongoing “Testing Success.”


  • Python 3 must be installed
  • Students must be familiar with using classes, functions, collection types, as well as common “built-in” operations


Expand your Pythonic powers to create, test, as well as assure that your websites continuously operate as required. Learn how to avoid common security pitfalls, as well as how to use standard Python 3 modules to encode, decode, parse, as well as create HTML requests & responses.

Designed for new software developers, like all of our training opportunities

Python 3000 for Web Developers

reviews the basic, as well as the key advanced concepts required for topic mastery.

Who is the target audience?

  • Students interested in using Python to create Web Sites
  • Consultants interested in testing ‘Web User Interfaces
  • Students interested in learning how to manage files using HTML Forms
  • Consultants interested in using rock-solid W3C standards, rather than brittle “1-off” modules & frameworks
  • Students looking for a step-by-step approach to create & regression test web sites & services
  • Consultants who want to understand security problems, and avoid common exploits
  • Students interested in learning how to avoid errors when converting character types

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