A REST API allows your users to interact with your website from anything that can send an HTTP request. In this post we will create a RESTful api in Django using the Django-Rest-Framework. And we will access this api using a client developed under AngularJS.
“Notice that we’re no longer explicitly tying our requests or responses to a given content type. request.DATA can handle incoming json requests, but it can also handle yaml and other formats. Similarly we’re returning response objects with data, but allowing REST framework to render the response into the correct content type for us. - I LOVE this!”—Django REST framework - Tutorial 2: Requests and Responses
I dislike iOS 7 so strongly that I feel inclined to begin this post with a disclaimer about how much I admire Apple. Apple is my hero. They’ve always inspired me to be better at what I do, even when I was an ICU nurse. But they are not perfect. I can and should criticize their worst work when I…
Should you allow your kid to watch the #LOTR trilogy before they read the books?
It’s an age old question, well, it’s a 12 year old question. My son was born when the first movie came out. I’ve waited his whole life to watch it with him. But he hasn’t read the book yet. I made him read the Hobbit before we watched it, but is it realistic to ask him to read the trilogy first? How old were you when you first read the trilogy?