How do I develop a REST API using Django, AWS?

Here’s an intriguing question about two widely used technologies: AWS is the go-to provider for Django, an open source Python-based web framework designed to make it easy to construct web applications.

Django includes almost everything you’ll need to create a web application. It lets developers easily prototype and construct apps using the MVC (Model-View-Controller) structure. The Django REST Framework (DRF) paradigm is the most frequent technique to use Django as a backend and offer data through API endpoints. DRF is a library that sits on top of Django and simplifies tasks such as browsing API endpoints, authentication, serialization, and so on.

AWS is a large cloud provider with a variety of services that individuals can (and should) utilize to host and run their apps. 

Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (EC2) – for compute with the most comprehensive computing platform, with 500+ instances and processor options, storage, networking, operating systems, and the most up-to-date pricing models to enable you best meet your workload needs. 

The Amazon Relational Database Service (RDS) provides a set of management services for your relational database, making it simple to set up, administer, and scale databases in the cloud. 

S3 is an object storage service from Amazon that allows you to store and retrieve any amount of data from anywhere. 

Using NICE DCV on EC2, you may even create your complete application in a remote high-performance desktop, obviating the requirement for pricey dedicated workstations. 

Consider reading the Django Application Development Guide with AWS if you’re interested in Django, REST API, or AWS.  If you’re still stuck on how to create a high-quality website, gumi Solutions is always willing to assist. 

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