- In this blog post, I am going to share basic steps for developing a React Native app with Django rest-api.
- I have been mostly developing native mobile apps But sometimes it seems like time consuming to develop a simple app with same functionalities for both iOS and Android.
- Finally, we create an api function in views.py which will server requests at /api/list end poin_t_ – – We are ready for creating our React Native app now.
- You can try out expo APIs here – – In Short, React Native is powerful framework for building iOS and Android apps.
- Find the full source code of React Native app (PyconLunch) on Github.
This blog post explains about creating a simple React Native app with modern tools and packages.
@CodementorIO: A app developer shares how to create React Native apps using Django
Last week, I delivered a talk about Django for mobile applications at Pycon Korea. Over the past 6 years, I have been mostly developing mobile applications and contributing to company’s SDKs. Things have changed over past couple of years, as I am no more depending on backend developers to spin off a server for me. Neither I am interested to use automated services like Parse (RIP) or Firebase which hides the complexity and elegance of a backend for mobile applications. I decided to use Django as backend for my mobile applications. Its flexible, stable and customizable. In this blog post, I am going to share basic steps for developing a React Native app with Django rest-api.
So Why React Native? I have been mostly developing native mobile apps But sometimes it seems like time consuming to develop a simple app with same functionalities for both iOS and Android. Not that long ago, I started learning React Native and got more interested in it.
I will use an example of Restaurant (Pycon Lunch) app for this blog post. You can find the source code on Github. In the branch azure, You can find rest api code and other necessary files for deploying on Azure
First of all, I made a simple model for a restaurant object.
Second step is to create a serializer class using Django Rest framework.
Finally, we create an api function in views.py which will server requests at…