Building RESTful Web APIs with Django

Building RESTful Web APIs with Django

Building RESTful Web APIs with Django is an Intermediate level study on Developer, compiled by the creator, Rudolf Olah. This study is an absolute foundation for a person who needs to get better at his/her Developer skills. It provides you a strong understanding on Developer, Web, Web Development, Django, Python, Developer, Web, Web Development, Django and Python.

Free Download - Building RESTful Web APIs with Django
Author Rudolf Olah
Publish Date 3/27/2019
Skill Intermediate
Duration 1h 9m
Topic Developer
Video Tutorials 29
Last Update N/A

APIs are a crucial technology for delivering data to applications—from front-end ecommerce sites to iOS and Android apps. The Django REST framework is the natural choice for Python and Django developers who want to create their own RESTful back-end APIs. In addition to its rapid prototyping tools, the framework includes authentication schemes, serialization for parsing complex data into Python-friendly types, and automatic URL routing. This course shows how to use the Django Rest framework to create a simple RESTful web API. Instructor Rudolf Olah explains how to create serializers, renderers, filtering and pagination, and routers with viewsets that consumers can use to access the API. He also shows how to unit test your code to ensure your API works as expected. By the end of the course, you’ll know how to use this powerful and flexible toolkit to build you own data-driven web experiences.

Topics include:

  • Creating a serializer
  • Working with API views
  • Filtering back ends
  • Enabling pagination
  • Executing CRUD operations
  • Managing serializer fields
  • Testing API views

Building RESTful Web APIs with Django : Video Lessons

  • Create a REST API with Django and Django REST framework38s
  • What you should know51s
  • Demo project overview1m 19s
  • Creating a Django Rest framework serializer to serialize a model4m 11s
  • Creating a ListAPIView subclass1m 43s
  • Connecting an APIView to a route1m 53s
  • Filter back ends with URL query parameters3m 23s
  • Enabling full-text search filter back end2m 19s
  • Enabling pagination of querysets in API responses2m 58s
  • Creating a CreateAPIView subclass2m 53s
  • Connecting a CreateAPIView to the router2m 1s
  • Creating a DestroyAPIView subclass2m 18s
  • Connecting a DestroyAPIView to the router2m 7s
  • Creating an UpdateAPIView subclass3m 35s
  • Connecting an UpdateAPIView to the router1m 22s
  • Serializer with only selected fields2m 21s
  • Serializer that shows model relationships3m 57s
  • Number fields with serializers2m 59s
  • Date and time fields with serializers3m 4s
  • Lists, dicts, and JSON objects4m 18s
  • Serializer with ImageField and FileField3m 3s
  • Test case for a CreateAPIView subclass5m 22s
  • Test case for a DestroyAPIView subclass2m 4s
  • Test case for a ListAPIView subclass1m 51s
  • Unit test for an UpdateAPIView subclass2m 37s
  • Handling image uploads in a unit test3m 46s
  • Next steps29s

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