It actually makes no sense to call it the ‘djangular’ stack since both Django (API Backend) and Angular (Client) are two different components and are entirely independent from each other. This post describes the different areas and concepts we need to know when using the stack. There’s a lot of how’s or what’s going on, and this post aims to thoroughly describe the components we are going to need when implementing a Django API backend and a single page application built with AngularJS.
Note: This post assumes that you are familiar with both stack and is looking forward to seeing how the two frameworks could fit into each other’s arms. I also do this as a sort of documentation just to get everything in my head written down. And to also throw in a few helpful tips i’ve learned. This is also a work still in-progress.
Here’s the github link to a sample implementation or skeleton: Github