DRF/Django/React/Redux/MaterialUI and Antd/ Heroku ready and complete User template set up Boilder Plate

Greetings all,

I have created a Django/React w/Redux Postgesql/Heroku User Boiler Plate. This boiler plate includes a user sign up, log in, log out, AND get user information which is all created using Redux and Django Rest Framework API's. You can follow my models, views, and serializers to create your own data base objects (models) in Django and then make those calls follwoing my API calls to user information. Pretty simple! Create a model and view or post to it through api calls in redux. Just map your components to your store and you are done!

It takes about 20 minutes to get the site up and running on heroku. It's the only place I know how to deploy to. Maybe this could be expanded upon by other users. Anyways, any comments, suggestions are much appreciated! This is kinda my first time doing anything like this, I'm a total noob and haven't been programming for a year yet.

So I'd really appreciate any suggestions.

[https://github.com/barictj/djreactboiler](https://github.com/barictj/djreactboiler) for the git

[http://djreactboiler.herokuapp.com/](http://djreactboiler.herokuapp.com/) for the installation instructions/ readme

5 thoughts on “DRF/Django/React/Redux/MaterialUI and Antd/ Heroku ready and complete User template set up Boilder Plate”

  1. Thanks for this work. Looking for similar boiler plate last week, spending almost 2 days. Learning ReactJs now before adopting it.

    Thanks

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  2. Iā€™d suggest to split the backend and frontend code into two separate folders. Similar to Springboot Boilers outside there.

    src/
    ā€” django/
    ā€” webapp/

    Eases Webpack scripts and other tasks later on in the pipe.

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  3. Thanks. I’ve been looking for something like this. One suggestion, besides splitting up the back end and front end into separate folders. Add a readme. The description on your site should also be in your repo

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