Django with React | An Ecommerce Website
What you'll learn
- Build an Ecommerce website using Django with React
- Full featured shopping cart with PayPal & credit/debit payments
- Product rating & review system
- An actual real-world project built in a linear and progressive manner
- Admin area to manage customers, products & orders
- Product search, carousel, pagination & more
- Basic understanding of Django and React
- Basic HTML & CSS Skills
In this course, we will build a completely customized eCommerce / shopping cart application from scratch using Django & REACT with the following functionality...
Full featured shopping cart
Product reviews and ratings
Top products carousel
Product search feature
User profile with orders
Admin product management
Admin user management
Admin Order details page
Mark orders as delivered option
Checkout process (shipping, payment method, etc)
PayPal / credit card integration
This is not a documentation-type course. This is a jump in and get your hands dirty course where by the end, you have an actual real-world project to use and put on your portfolio. You will learn the following by completing this course..
React with Functional Components & Hooks
React-Bootstrap UI library
How to structure components
Component level state & props
Managing global state with Redux (Actions & Reducers)
Using Redux state in components (useDispatch & useSelector)
Creating an extensive back end with Express
JWT authentication (JSON web tokens)
Custom error handler
Integrating the PayPal API
This project is a collaboration with Brad Traversy where we will be taking his original MEARN Stack ecommerce course and building it out with a Django backend instead of Node, JS & Express. Brad & I decided it would be fun to remake the exact same project with a Django backend/API and connect it to the same React frontend/design.
My hope is that you learn how not to only build out this application but add on your own features to it. We learn best by building & customizing our own projects.
Who this course is for:
- Django & or React JS developers looking to enhance there skills
At age 25 Dennis was a lead developer at a forensics laboratory in charge of managing a small team of developers. With an untraditional start to his career, Dennis entered the industry as a full stack developer when he came up with a new idea to learn how to code and then build his idea for a new lab management software which he later sold to the company for over $41,000.
After two years as a lead developer and combined 7 years of freelancing, Dennis started his YouTube channel (Dennis Ivy) to teach others everything he learned as a self taught developer and has courses on Udemy and his own platform.
With over 100,000 YouTube subscribers and 7 million combined views, students from all over the world have benefited from his teaching style and efforts.
Brad Traversy has been programming for around 12 years and teaching for almost 5 years. He is the owner of Traversy Media which is a successful web development YouTube channel and specializes in everything from HTML5 to front end frameworks like Angular as well as server side technologies like Node.js, PHP and Python. Brad has mastered explaining very complex topics in a simple manner that is very understandable. Invest in your knowledge by watching Brad's courses.