Storing measurement data for multiple types of units is quite a frustrating task. Fortunately with django-measurement providing a good wrapper for python-measurement it makes this almost a non-issue. In this video get a quick overview of how to use django-measurement to store that pesky data.
Security is something we often ignore until it is too late. However, there are some things you can do right now that are easy to increase your security. Using django-admin-honeypot is one of those things you can do. It is super easy and provides you with the means of tracking who is trying to access your site.
Working with AWS is kind of rough. There is so much that you can do with it using their API you can kind of get lost. Fortunately, the boto3 library offers a way to use their API in an organized fashion. For this first video you can get an idea of how things are organized so you can get started working with AWS in python.
Angular is great for doing "stuff", but displaying data with django templates and jinja can be tricky if you aren't sure how to do it. Learn what it takes to display data with angular out of the box with django and jinja, as well as how to change the open and close tags for angular templates.
Learn what it takes to get the basics of an angular app going with Django. See how simple it is to get started.
In the last video you started the Team Roster by creating link models. Finish off the basics of a team roster site, by adding the final models, and adding pages to your Wagtail site.
Learn what it takes to create a useful app with Wagtail. In the first part of this 2 part series learn what it takes to interlink pages in Wagtail, and link to external sites as well.
Working with Django you get used to views, but working with Wagtail you have to escape views. However, you don't have to escape them completely. In this video learn about the three main methods on the Page model you normally see on views. This will help you in your transition to learning Wagtail while you are still learning the "right" way to do things.
Wagtail has become a very popular CMS in the last year. Start with this video to see how to get it up and running for your project, and get content on the homepage.
Avatars are a common need on websites, but they are tedious to write yourself. Checkout django-avatar to more easily add them to your site, and be on your way to the rest of your project.