Code Challenge 33 - Build a Django Tracker, Weather or Review App

PyBites, Tue 22 August 2017, Challenge

100DaysOfCode, 100DaysOfDjango, apps, codechallenges, Django, Heroku, projects, review, tracker, weather

Life is about facing new challenges - Kostya Tszyu

Hi Pythonistas, a new week, a new 'bite' of Python programming. To keep it #100DaysOfDjango, this week we let you get some more practice with this awesome web framework. Last time we had an open Django challenge, for this one we have you choose between 3 specific apps.

The Challenge

Basic

Don't be shy

Die hard

Bonus:

Share your great work with the world deploying it to Heroku.

Get credit!

Take notice: the coolest working apps get a place under the #100DaysOfDjango project on our projects page!

See our INSTALL doc how to fork our challenges repo to get cracking.

This doc also provides you with instructions how you can submit your code to our community branch via a Pull Request (PR). We will feature your PRs in our start-of-the-week challenge review (previous editions).

Feedback

If you have ideas for a future challenge or find any issues, open a GH Issue or reach out directly.

Last but not least: there is no best solution, only learning more and better Python. Good luck!


Keep Calm and Code in Python!

-- Bob and Julian

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