A Django Assessment Test evaluates candidates for their proficiency in web development using Django, a high-level Python web framework. The assessment covers key aspects of Django development, including:
- Understanding of Django fundamentals, including models, views, templates, and URL routing.
- Proficiency in using Django's ORM to interact with databases, create models, and perform database operations.
- Mastery of Django views and templates for handling user requests and rendering dynamic web pages.
- Knowledge of Django forms, form handling, and validation to create interactive and user-friendly web forms.
- Understanding of user authentication, registration, and implementing access control using Django's authentication system.
- Proficiency in building RESTful APIs using Django REST Framework for creating web services and API endpoints.
- Knowledge of Django middleware and its application for request/response processing and customization.
- Familiarity with Django Admin interface for managing application data and performing CRUD operations.
- Ability to create and manage database migrations for evolving the database schema over time.
- Writing unit tests and conducting test-driven development (TDD) using Django's testing framework.
- Awareness of common security vulnerabilities and best practices for securing Django applications, including SQL injection and Cross-Site Scripting (XSS) prevention.
- Knowledge of caching techniques and integration of caching mechanisms to improve application performance.
- Implementing authentication mechanisms for REST APIs, including token-based authentication and OAuth.
- Understanding of deploying Django applications to production servers, including server configuration and deployment best practices.
Overall, our Django Assessment Test measures candidates' knowledge, coding skills, and ability to develop robust web applications using Django, providing valuable insights into their capabilities as Django developers.