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Hi, I'm Daniel Roy Greenfeld, and welcome to my blog. I write about Python, Django, and much more.

Tag: Django-Rest-Framework

Authenticating via JWT using Django, Axios, and Vue

Getting Django Rest Framework, JWT, Axios, and Vue.js to play nice isn't easy. Here's my quick-and-dirty cheatsheet that I wrote while glueing the pieces together.

Note: My architecture doesn't use django-webpack-loader. Instead, I'm running Django and Vue.js as two separate projects. I do this ...

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Implemementing Manual Schema with Django REST Framework

BitCoin and Two Scoops of Django!

This is what will hopefully be the first in a series of reference articles for using Core API libraries with Django REST Framework (DRF).

This is an extraction from an existing production view running Django 1.11/2.0 on Python 3.6. The original code did something else, but ...

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Phasing Out Django Packages APIv1 & APIv2

It is time to upgrade Django Packages. If you are using the site's APIs in any way, this affects you.

This site, maintained by myself and Audrey Roy Greenfeld, is the directory of reusable apps, sites, and tools for Django-powered projects. And the site has been running on Django ...

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Want to work for Eventbrite? (part 2)

For various reasons I had to change some things about my Eventbrite test. The new version is listed here and the previous blog post has been updated:

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Want to work for Eventbrite?

Join me, Andrew Godwin (South, Django migrations), Simon Willison (co-founder of Django, co-founder of Lanyrd), and many other talented people at Eventbrite. We have great challenges, the kind that inspire you to rise to the occasion. We need you to help us overcome them.

I should mention that Eventbrite is ...

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