I have been developing with Django and VueJS for years now and when I started out I had a rough time getting everything linked together and finding the best way to create SPAs. There are some tutorials available right now here and there, but some aren’t up to date with the latest versions and some are just incomplete. I also noticed quite a few questions about that here and on the subreddit djangolearning, which I have been trying to answer as much as possible.
I have had this idea in my mind for a while to build a step-by-step course on building Django and VueJS applications. Before I actually start working on this, I want to ask you:
* Would you benefit from a course like this? Basically holding hands from installing Django to building the application to deploying it.
* Would you be willing to pay for that? I would providing support to any issues you have during the course and keep it up to date with the latest versions. I am aware of Udemy, but this would probably be priced higher than the average Udemy course. I found that a lot of Udemy courses don't get updated and some that I bought weren't great with little to no support.
* Would you want a written version or a video version of this? Or perhaps both?
Again, I am not trying to sell anything here. I am just trying to find out if it would be useful to you. I don’t want to spend countless hours on building a course that no ones is going to use. As for the idea of the course, I was thinking of building a status page with realtime incident and uptime updates through the course, like you have probably seen with almost any tech company. Using Redis, Celery, Django Rest Framework, Django channels, custom admin forms and what not.
EDIT: since there is quite some interest, I have set up a landingpage for this to ~~collect email addresses. Of course, I will keep this spam free. I might ask your opinion every once in a while about content topics or something, but I will keep that to the minimum and you can always unsubscribe.~~ pre-order it. [Here it is!](https://courses.djangowaves.com)