Welcome to this Full stack advance course. This course is mainly based on Django and React advanced features. We will build full applications including backend restful API and front-end web app.
In this tutorial, we will build a real-life application. This course it’s a process of building the app. It’s not gonna be one of those ‘todo lists’ or simple ‘full crud’ apps. We will start building that from scratch and we end up with a fully working full-stack app. Building that application will give an opportunity to explain a ton of different concepts and technics for back-end Django and front-end React.
We will cover so many things in this course that it’s hard to list all of them. But let me give it a try. we will do:
setting up Django and React, working with DB models and migrations, Django admin, fetching data from front-end, displaying formatted data, styling with material UI library, creating layouts, CSS variables, theming, react-router, links, and navigation with history, URL params, creating custom services, working with build-in React hooks as well writing few of our own, multiple serializers for one model, nested serializers, working with dates and time, formating and converting dates to and from UTC, displaying icons, styling components, authentication token, user profile, login, logout, and register users, react context, local storage, uploading a photo from react to Django, handling static and media files in Django, React Prop types, change a user password, user notifications, permissions, one to one, one to many and many to many relationships in DB, serializer method field, join and leave groups, the comments section in UI, custom API endpoints, UI forms with multiple different elements, DB aggregation in Django
…and many many more.
If you have already basic knowledge of Django and React, this course will give you solid knowledge about them in detail. Also, it will provide you many solutions that you can adapt to your own app.
Who this course is for:
- People who would like to extend their knowledge about Django and React frameworks