Django + React Build a Location-Based real estate website
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
Genre: eLearning | Language: English + srt | Duration: 132 lectures (17h 6m) | Size: 8.5 GB

In this course, Learn & practice React, Django, Django Rest Framework, GeoDjango, Material UI, React-Leaflet, PostGIS

What you'll learn
Connect React and Django
Build an API with Django Rest Framework
Interactive maps with React-Leaflet
Make spatial queries with Geodjango and PostGIS
Deploy a full stack app with Digital Ocean and Namecheap
The basics of React
The basics of Material UI
The basics of React-Leaflet
Backend Authentication with Djoser
Install Nginx and Gunicorn
Setup SSL certificate
Store media files with Digital Ocean Spaces

You need to know the basics of web development: HTML, CSS and JavaScript.
You also need to know Python.
The very basics of Django will also help.
Logical thinking.

In this project-based course, we will build a location-based real estate website. It is going to be a full stack web application with Django powering the backend and React Js the frontend.

We are going to build the frontend very fast by using Material UI which is a very easy and intuitive React library for building UI components. Throughout the course we will get to use lots of Material UI components that we will easily style.

We are then going to build the API with Django Rest Framework (DRF) and we are going to make requests to the API with React.

Leaflet is a JavaScript library for building interactive maps. We will add a geographic aspect to this project by placing the property listings on a map. We are going to achieve that with React-Leaflet which provides a binding between React and Leaflet.

We are also going to make our PostgreSQL database be spatially aware by adding the PostGIS extension to it. So, on top of making regular queries to the database, we are also going to make spatial queries (geometric information such as distance).

We are also going to cover user authentication with the Djoser library. We will get end users to add, delete or update property listings from the frontend. We are also going to handle both client-side errors and server-side errors in the forms.

Once we are done building the website on our local machines, we will then deploy it with Digital Ocean and Namecheap. During deployment, we are going to

Push our project to GitHub

Get domain names for the backend and frontend

Setup a mailbox in "private email"

Setup an SSL certificate

Install and setup Nginx and Gunicorn

Store media file in the cloud with Digital Ocean spaces

I will be using


Python 3.9

Django 4.0

React 17

Material UI 5

The following topics will be covered in this course

The basics of React

React hooks (useState, useEffect, useContext, useReducer, useRef, useMemo)

The basics of Material UI

Styling with Material UI

The basics of React-Leaflet

React-Leaflet hooks (exp: useMap)

Building API endpoints with Django Rest Framework

Authentication with Djoser

Django signals

Making spatial queries with Geodjango and PostGIS

Calculating distances

Django deployment

React Deployment

Creating a remote server

After completing this in-depth project-based course, you will know how to connect Django and React. You will also know how take full advantage of a spatially or geographically aware database.

Who this course is for
Developers who want take their skills to new levels.
Students who want to build real-world projects
Developers who want to play with maps
Map lovers