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pizza-maker

The pizza-maker is a small web application created using:

The pizza-maker is meant as a simple working example of this stack.

Installation

These installation instructions work on Ubuntu.

Prerequisites

The pizza-maker requires the following:

  • npm
  • Python 3 (already installed on Ubuntu)
  • pip3
  • Django and the Django Rest Framework

Here's how to install these requirements:

sudo apt install npm
sudo apt install python3-pip
sudo pip3 install --upgrade django
sudo pip3 install --upgrade djangorestframework

Then, clone this repository:

git clone https://github.com/marios-zindilis/pizza-maker.git

Front-End

To prepare the front-end, change to the front-end directory, and install the Javascript dependencies:

cd front-end
npm install

Back-End

To prepare the back-end, change to the back-end directory, create the database, and initialize it with the sample data:

cd ../back-end
./manage.py makemigrations pizza_maker
./manage.py migrate
./manage.py loaddata fixture.json

Build

At this point, you build the front-end into the back-end static directory:

cd ../front-end
ng build --output-path ../back-end/pizza_maker/static/ --output-hashing none

Run

Finally, you can run the application:

cd ../back-end
./manage.py runserver

You should now be able to access your application at the URL which is output by manage.py. By default that is:

http://127.0.0.1:8000/

The API is browsable at:

http://127.0.0.1:8000/api/

What's Next?

The application should work fine, but it's only a simple proof-of-concept app. Here are some ideas if you want to work on improving it:

  1. The "Edit" button under each pizza links to the Django admin. Perhaps you can make it disappear unless the user is logged in.
  2. The API has full CRUD functionality, but the application only reads from it. Perhaps you want to add features to add toppings and pizzas, edit them and delete them.
  3. Customize the title with https://angular.io/guide/set-document-title
  4. I'm using a couple of property methods on the models to resolve the foreign keys to objects. I'm pretty sure that I can do that with the Django Rest Framework, but I didn't look into it too much.

Credits

Coding for Entrepreneurs has two fantastic series of videos on Youtube, one on TypeScript and one on Angular. Both have been extremely valuable resources for me. For convenience, I created a list of these videos here.

They also have a series of videos on their website on combining Django and Angular. Half of the latter is available for free after registration (also free).

Credits for the pizza pictures:

The pizza list design is a modified version of the Album example from the Bootstrap documentation.

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