About This Tutorial
Have you looked at your React app and asked “why is this so complex”?
It doesn’t need to be like this. There is a simpler way.
In this session, you will:
- Add the most highly-sought-after engineering skills to your talent stack. That translates to a higher salary for you.
- Who knows? You may even get to see how easy it is to deploy what you’ve made to the App Store. 😉
We will start with a pre-made basic django application and add features as we walk through. You may feel free to code along, or sit back and enjoy learning the demonstrated capabilities and techniques.
This may look like too much to do in such a short time, but Hotwire makes things so simple, you’ll be amazed what you can accomplish. We will likely finish early. There will be a 5-10 minute break between each segment.
- Introduction: Why are things so complex and how did we get here?
- Dive right in - Create a single page app in Django
- Overview of Hotwire Turbo - What is it?
- How to use Django forms with Turbo
- Make lazy-loading tabs
- Keep that dopamine coming with an infinite scrolling page
- Create a form that only reloads one part of the page.
- Create a CRUD page that never reloads
- Update a counter as you add and remove entries
- Push live updates to the page as your fellow coders make changes
- Add a media player that keeps playing as you navigate to different pages - YouTube style.
- Get ready for the App Store: overview of Turbo Native.
Stephen has been working with Django since the beta in 2006. Working out of the Philadelphia area, Stephen has varied experience in programming from sales companies, to healthcare tech, and is currently working at the media streaming site Volume.com. He is the creator and maintainer of django-mail-panel, Red: UI for Redis, and a contributor to many other Django-related open-source projects.
Outside work, he enjoys biking, jazz, and will wow you with a card trick if you give him the chance.