The new Django for Rails framework provides a wide range of Django-like features for building web applications.
Here are some of the highlights.
New Django features for Rails¶ Django has many features that have been added for Rails developers.
For example, Django now has a new project view, a new “project editor” that allows you to quickly add and modify project settings, and a new template engine that supports the newer, more expressive templating language Django provides.
The project view lets you create a new Django project from a list of existing projects and add projects to your existing projects.
A project editor lets you add and edit project settings and project templates, and creates a new directory for each project.
You can also add, edit, and remove project files.
Project templates in Django are now a lot more expressive.
Now you can create templates that match a theme’s template engine or template spec.
You also can use Django templates directly, without writing code that can be used by other frameworks.
New built-in web services¶ The new web services framework in Django allows you more control over how Django applications interact with the outside world.
Django now provides a framework for building and managing HTTP endpoints, which can be a powerful tool for building powerful web services, such as web-based social networks.
For instance, the web services platform lets you build a web service that responds to incoming requests to a URL that’s a part of a Facebook application.
The new framework also allows you the ability to specify HTTP end points and other configuration settings that define the way a web application interacts with the external world.
You now have the ability with Django to customize HTTP endpoint behavior.
You have also the ability for the web service to communicate with a backend application to handle some of your HTTP requests.
In addition, you can now create and manage custom HTTP end-points for specific types of HTTP requests, such in response to certain types of media, or for certain types.
You are also able to define the behavior of these HTTP end calls, as well as the parameters and responses they return.
A new built-ins web services package lets you integrate with your existing Django applications, such by building a Django application that responds when an authenticated user requests a Facebook page, for instance.
For more information about how this works, see How Django handles authentication and authorization.
New web services modules¶ The built-up Django framework now has several built-out modules for managing REST APIs.
You may have seen these modules in other applications, but they are now available for Django.
You will also see these modules added to other Django applications when you install the new framework.
For example, in Django, a REST API module can now be used to define a new REST endpoint, and then pass that endpoint to another REST endpoint.
This is useful when you need to implement a different endpoint for a different request type.
The built-ups web services module for a REST endpoint is a module that implements the new HTTP methods for an endpoint, as described in the REST API Specification.
The new builtins module for an HTTP endpoint is also a module, but this module implements the HTTP method definition for an existing endpoint.
For information about the difference between the built-outs and built-In modules, see “The difference between REST APIs and builtin modules” in Django documentation.
This module is now available as a built-modules module in Django.
This module is a replacement for the builtins-module module.
It is now possible to implement new HTTP end point methods in the builtin module.
For instance, you may want to provide a new HTTP method to retrieve a URL on a web page that returns a JSON document.
You could do this by defining a new endpoint that returns the URL from the REST endpoint you specified.
This endpoint would respond to the user’s request for the URL and would return a JSON object that contains the URL that is returned.
The module will be created in the directory django/web-services.
You would use the module name to name the module, and it would be included in the Django project.
When you create the module in a project, it will be added to the built in module directory.
The module will also be installed in your project, so that it is available to all of your Django applications.
The builtins API module is no longer available in the django-http module because it is no long a builtin.
If you want to use the builtIns API module, you need a module named django.http.builtins.builtin instead.
You can install the builtIn module from the project, and this module will automatically be added as a module in your Django application.
This new module provides a set of built-IN features that are similar to the ones available in builtins.
For an overview of the built ins API module structure, see Django documentation for builtins .
This module will create an HTTP response with the new endpoint and a JSON response containing the URL for the new request.
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