UDEMY 2021 - Build a Backend REST API with Python & Django – Beginner
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Finally create that App + fully-functioning user database in this crash course to building a REST API
What you’ll learn
How to confidently use some of the most in-demand full stack technologies today
How to create a local development server from scratch
This course is made with Django 2.2 and Django REST Framework 3.9.
The skills taught in this course are absolutely essential for creating successful products that users love and can’t live without.
Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, you name it. These apps all have their own backend REST APIs that handle millions of call requests everyday. You cannot build a successful app without a backend REST API.
Not only is it essential to whatever app or MVP you are building — the skills you learn in this course will make you a kickass developer in the workplace.
If you’re a front-end developer and you take this course, you’ll be able to “speak backend” with your colleagues and understand what’s going on “under the hood” of all your projects, increasing your confidence and earning the respect of your peers.
If you’re a newbie developer or just starting out in your career, this course will give you a very practical foundation to building your portfolio and increasing your earning potential.
In this course you will learn the best-practice way of building your very own REST API.
You will learn how to create a local development server and test your code each step of the way.
Whether you’re looking to gain a bit of experience with backend development, or you’re looking to create a REST API to turn your app idea into a reality – then this course is for you.
By the end of this course you will have built a fully functioning REST API that can handle:
You’ll also have a solid foundation to understanding one of the most complex components in software development.
Please note: This course is made with Django v1.11 and not Django v2.0, but the principles taught in this course apply to both versions of the software.
Who this course is for:
Created by Mark Winterbottom, Brooke RutherfordLast updated 6/2019EnglishEnglish [Auto-generated]
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